Inaugural Dahdaleh Global Health Graduate Scholarships Awarded to Two Outstanding Students
The Dahdaleh Institute has launched the Dahdaleh Global Health Graduate Scholarship Program, awarding inaugural scholarships to two exceptional global health graduate scholars—Beauty Umana and Sarah Khan—for their promise of excellence in research addressing key global health challenges.
Beauty’s project will focus on TB stigma in South Africa and aim to illuminate how language commonly associated with TB prevention and treatment may be a vehicle for its implicit stigmatization. Sarah’s research will focus on the 2016 NATO Policy for the Protection of Civilians and the prevention of displacement as a key consideration for protecting civilians in contemporary conflicts and complex emergencies.
Applications for next year’s award are currently open. Interested applicants are invited to check out the Dahdaleh Institute scholarship page and learn more about the opportunity to receive these prestigious scholarships, valued at $5,000 to $25,000.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting, Planetary Health|
|Critical Problem-Solving, Governance, Infectious Disease, Migration|
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