A Day of Global Health and Service
As students mounted their posters and prepared their short films – the physical manifestations of a summer well-spent – the Woodrow Wilson School’s Robertson Hall lobby and Bernstein Gallery quickly became the stage for Princeton’s latest student research symposium.
Sponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW), the Sept. 18 symposium featured the work of students who conducted research projects and participated in summer internships sponsored by the global health and U.S. health policy programs. The event, which was held in partnership with campus organizations including International Internship Program (IIP), Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS), Princeton in Asia (PiA), the Community-Based Learning Initiative (CBLI) and the Keller Center, was open to students, faculty and invited guests.
“The CHW programs make it possible for any student to have a transformative experience in many places around the world,” said Kristina Graff, director of global health programs at CHW. “This experience shapes their understanding of global health.”Read the full story here.