UGA Global Health Union
The mission of UGA Global Health Union is to facilitate engagement in global health outside the classroom and to promote interdisciplinary collaboration. GHU is here to facilitate collaboration among global health related clubs at the University of Georgia, provide resources to both our undergraduate and graduate students, and host forums for speakers and research conferences.
- Global Health Student Research Symposium
- Global Health Case Competition
Other student organizations with a global health focus:
American Mock World Health Organization – UGA Chapter
The AMWHO UGA Chapter allows students interested in global health, health policy, diplomacy, and health care to engage in scholarly discourse by simulating the World Health Assembly. AMWHO UGA is chapter of the National American Mock WHO, based at UNC Chapel Hill, which stands as the national model-WHO organization for leading annual simulations in different universities. The organization strives to create chapters across the nation, where students can debate and form local conferences, and gather delegations from their school to attend AMWHO’s national conferences. The organization’s entire purpose is centered around interactive student learning on pertinent global health events like the World Health Assembly.
Partners in Health: Engage UGA
Partners in Health (PIH) Engage aims to build the right to health movement by growing and amplifying PIH’s mission, as a global health organization, worldwide. Learn more.