2021-2022 Fall/Winter Student Opportunities Open for Applications
Five research assistant positions at the Dahdaleh Institute are open for applications. York University students have the unique opportunity to contribute to research which takes on real-world challenges, gain professional experience in a supportive environment, and work with leaders in the field.
As a research assistant at the Dahdaleh Institute, you'll be involved in research on pressing global health challenges including decolonizing planetary health, digital ethics, and health emergencies and disasters.
These paid positions are funded in part by the Research at York (RAY) program. Students must meet RAY eligibility criteria to apply. Find out more about how to apply and eligibility criteria here: https://sfs.yorku.ca/work-study-programs/how-to-apply-for-ray-positions
Full details, including application deadline, rate of pay, how to apply, and eligibility criteria, are included in each position posting.
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The applications for the above postings are due Friday, September 3, at 11:59am).
Learn more about the exceptional work of our interns! The Summer Global Health Intern Symposium, on Wednesday, August 25, will give interested students an opportunity to learn about the internship experience at the Dahdaleh Institute and how interns contribute to research addressing critical global health challenges.
Learn more about the event and register here to attend: https://www.yorku.ca/dighr/event/dahdaleh-institute-summer-intern-symposium/
|Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting, Planetary Health|
|Climate Change, Critical Problem-Solving, Data Science, Design, Infectious Disease, Migration|
Dahdaleh Institute Summer Intern Symposium | 29 July 2021
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