VIDEO: Making the Transition from College - Advice from your Recently-Graduated Peers

As part of 2020 Global Health Career Week, in collaboration with the School of Public Health, the Department of Global Health organized a week of Zoom sessions for participants to present information on their organization, their work, the culture of hiring, job or internship opportunities that might arise, and how students might best prepare for life after college.

Dispatch from a Brooklyn ER Nurse in the Time of COVID (By Mariel Boyarsky, MPH 2015)

By Mariel Boyarsky (MPH, 2015)

Mariel Boyarsky graduated from the University of Washington in 2015 with a Master of Public Health in Global Health. After completing nursing school, she began working at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York in 2019. This is Mariel's firsthand account of working in the hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Studies Show that COVID-19 Can Spread Quickly in Homeless Communities

Researchers have been studying COVID-19 in homeless communities, specifically in shelters with two or more confirmed cases in the weeks prior to their study. They found that in these shelters with clusters of cases, the proportion of positive tests was higher than in shelters with lower amounts of previously reported cases.

Global Health Career Week in Collaboration with the School of Public Health: Schedule, Online Registration Info, and More

Each year the Department of Global Health invites organizations to campus for our annual career fair to talk with our students about working in global and local health during Global Health Career Week. This year we are doing something a bit different and have invited a number of our regular fair participants to each host an hour long ZOOM session where they might present information on their organization, their work, the culture of hiring, job or internship opportunities that might arise, and how students might best prepare for these session.

UW Researchers Study Effects of COVID-19 on Vulnerable Populations in Africa (Study led by Judd Walson)

As the global COVID-19 pandemic spreads, there are increasing numbers of cases in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) settings, including in many African countries. A new $1.38 million UW research project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will monitor the spread of COVID-19 in sites in Africa in order to increase understanding of the effects of COVID-19 on vulnerable children and adults, healthcare workers and researchers in low-resource settings. 

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