The Community for Global Health Equity aims to advance the research and education of students from all levels and disciplines at UB through international fieldwork. Our students learn from UB faculty, international partners, and one another while producing relevant and sustainable global health research.
The University at Buffalo is committed to developing degree programs and course offerings that will give students the skills to meet the needs of populations around the world. We are reimagining current educational offerings and creating others that will launch soon!
The Community for Global Health Equity aims to provide opportunities for students from across the University to travel and contribute to global health research and knowledge. International field work awards can cover up to $2,500 or the cost of travel and per-diem.
University at Buffalo faculty and students are exploring creative, interdisciplinary ideas to impact global health equity in Buffalo and around the world. Check out our videos, course content, and other educational resources.
Team JHAMN proposed leveraging existing local resources to provide a platform for members of underrepresented farming groups to achieve viable and thriving positions in the agri-food system in Kerala, India.
The University at Buffalo is committed to improving population level health in communities around the world. Dozens of innovative research and education programs are harnessing UB's strengths to create impactful change in our local and global communities.