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Duke - Sanford Global Programs for Public Health Students

09/27/2017
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Greetings,

This fall, representatives from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy will host webinar info sessions about the Sanford Goes Global graduate-level summer program opportunities: The India Summer School for Future International Development Leaders and The Duke Global Policy Program in Geneva. Below you will find a short overview of each program and helpful links (i.e. program video, Instagram) For more information and to RSVP for the following webinars, please fill out the forms linked below, or contact Sanford’s International Academic Programs Assistant – Annalisa Kristoffersen, aek45@duke.edu .

India Summer School for Future International Development Leaders | Webinar: October 6th @ 12pm EST – details below

Participants of the India Summer School Program will work in integrated teams with graduate students from India and Indian NGO young professionals to conduct field research and develop program proposals for local NGOs in Udaipur, India.  The program’s partner organizations operate in several different spaces including, the environment, education, women’s rights, global health, and economic development.  This program includes a 3.0 credit course led by faculty from Duke University and the Indian Institute of Management in Udaipur, a leading Indian university with an expertise in NGO management.  Check out our new short program video to learn more. 

The Duke Global Policy (DGP) Program in Geneva, Switzerland | Webinar: October 17th @12pm – details below

Overview: The DGP Program connects students with highly-competitive international summer internship opportunities while providing access to top-policy practitioners and experts through a 2.0 credit applied learning course (also available through our course-only program).  The Program is ideal for students interested in public policy, the environment, energy, global health, economics, migration, and international affairs.  Students typically intern at United Nations agencies (i.e. WHO, IOM, etc.) or certain large Geneva-based non-profits.  Candidates should be highly motivated, and possess strong research and writing skills. Check out the program’s new short overview video to learn more.  

Questions? Contact Sarah Burrichter (sarah.burrichter@duke.edu), Manager of International Academic Programs or Annalisa Kristoffersen (annalisa.kristoffersen@duke.edu), International and Academic Programs Staff Assistant.