Princeton's Online Portal to Global Health
After a visit to Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Richard Horton wrote that in Princeton, he found "a university not at all relaxed about its present or its future," but rather "an institution anxious to make an impact."
With its latest addition — a new, fully revamped online portal connecting all things global health — Princeton is showing just how much it aims to be, as Horton says, "a leading voice in global health affairs."
The Global Health Program website, developed by Kristina Graff, director of global health programs and associate director at Princeton's Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW), gathers together information about students, faculty, Princeton partnerships abroad and global health-related events featured at the University.
"This website is a pathway for finding your global health community at Princeton," said Graff, who also is a Princeton alumna. "It provides snapshots of what faculty and students are doing across campus, and it offers a myriad of ways to take advantage of the program’s offerings."
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