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Tools of a midwife

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Zabibu Athumani and her son Abirai Mbaraka Sultani rest under an insecticide-treated bed net at their home in Pande village, Bagamoyo district, Tanzania on June 25, 2011.

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Collaboration to fight polio in Nigeria
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Featured Alumni
  • Nebila Abdulmelik

    MA '07

  • Nicole Abeckett

    BA '03

  • John Arboleda

    BA '96

  • Natalya Berenshteyn

    BA '07

  • Tiffany Cantrell-Warren

    BA '06, MA '16

  • Rafael Cardona

    BA '96

  • Sarah Chenault

    MA '11

  • Aerin Cho

    BA '08

  • Cecily Couture

    BA '06

  • Karla Galdamez

    MA '03

  • Alejandro Garcia

    BA '11

  • Gayle Gienger

    BA '03

  • Kimberly Grano

    BA '15

  • Kaitlin Highstreet

    BA '15

  • Zachary Jarvinen

    BA '06

  • Kristin Kalla

    MA '92

  • Kalani Matthew-James Wonyou Kim

    BA '11, MA '14

  • Nancy Knowles

    BA '90

  • Tanya Lara

    BA '07

  • J. Eric Lomeli

    BA '00, MA '02

  • Emily Marsh

    BA '09

  • Angela Mc Duffie

    BA '10

  • Laurel McAndrews

    BA '07

  • Ray Minjares

    BA '02

  • Caley Moffatt

    BA '14

  • Conor Moore

    BA '10

  • Ben Moore

    BA '10

  • Gael Murphy

    MA '82

  • Jennifer Patton

    BA '11

  • Jessica Salgado

    BA '10

Declaring the Global Health minor

Students can declare the Global Health minor if they meet the following eligibility criteria:

1. All preparation courses have been completed and final grades have been posted in the DARS
2. The preparation courses must meet a minimum of 2.0 GPA
3. Student is in good academic standing (minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA)


Students who meet those criteria can declare the Global Health minor by submitting the online petition.

Petition to declare the Global Health minor.

Please allow two weeks for your records to be updated.

Note that at least 20 units of the Global Health minor, both lower and upper division, have to be unique to the minor and cannot overlap with the major or another minor.





 
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