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Uganda Research .

Drs. Kory Smith (Architecture), Jim Jensen (Engineering), and Chris Lowry (Geology) in Uganda researching water supply resources for refugees.

The Community for Global Health Equity (CGHE) seeks to foster novel scholarship that harnesses the power of transdisciplinary collaboration to address the complex sets of barriers to achieving global health equity.

2017 Seed Funding Awardees

2016 Seed Funding Awardees

Seed Funding Motivation

The Community for Global Health Equity announces open calls for seed funding every year. Seed funding is awarded to foster the work of transdisciplinary teams in advancing global health equity in a variety of topics. These funds are intended to collaborative scholarship among faculty in disciplines throughout the University.  This opportunity is separate from theme-specific efforts of CGHE to advance transdisciplinary scholarship in food equity and air pollution.