Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM) in India

Cornell Global Health and ILR students are placed in Mysore, India, for a two-week course, in which they learn about Indian culture, global health and industrial and labor relations. After the course, the student participate in community-engaged activities, where they work on one of a number of issues from education policy to corporate social responsibility to HIV-AIDS to nutrition. Through this program, the students develop cross-cultural competency and knowledge of global health in the context of India.

Grant Recipients

  • Annika Bjerke ’19, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Julia Burstein ’19, College of Human Ecology
  • Clara Chung ’19, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
  • Autumn Frost ’19, School of Industrial and Labor Relations
  • Winnie Ho ’19, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Nicolette Jew ’18, College of Arts and Sciences

Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

Funding students who are spending winter or summer break participating in community-based research activities or service-learning projects.

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