Health Behavior Global Health Roundtable, summer 2017
There is no substitute for international experience for our health behavior students who want to work in global health. This year six master’s students in the Department of Health Behavior have opportunities to complete the summer practicum requirement outside the U.S. This is very exciting news. Some students have partial funding secured from departmental, university, project or other sources. However, most students still need modest amounts of financial assistance – generally between one and two thousand dollars – to be able to take advantage of the placements they have been offered. Read about students’ global practica in summer 2016.