Global Health Scholars

The Emory Global Health Institute funds three field scholarship programs for which Emory undergraduates may be eligible to apply. The three types of GHI Field Scholars are (1) Individual Field Scholars, (2) Team Field Scholars, and (3) Partner Site Field Scholars. The global health experience can happen in any country, including the U.S.  The determining factor is that the experience be with a vulnerable and underserved population. The student must justify the experience and the population. For additional information please see the Global Health Institute's website. For more information regarding the Institute's Field Scholar Programs, please contact Suzanne Mason at GHI: smason@sph.emory.edu.Possible projects may include:

  • Individual Field Scholars conduct individual global health projects in collaboration with an international or local in-country partner

  • Team Field Scholars conduct global health projects in teams of not more than four students in collaboration with an international or local in-country partner

  • Partner Site Field Scholars conduct global health projects jointly identified by Emory and GHI partner sites in teams of not more than five students at GHI partner site locations