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Global Health Around the World

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June 18, 2014
South AfricaSouth AfricaSouth AfricaCubaChileHondurasIndiaFranceChinaChinaTanzaniaMexicoIsrael
Students in South Africa.
Husking corn with native South Africans.
Bird's eye view of South Africa.
A street in Cuba.
Mountain climbing in Chile.
Making observations at a clinic in Honduras.
A woman uses a water spout in India.
Strasbourg, France, at night.
Students dancing in China.
Students kneel in front of a Buddha statue in China.
Children collect water in Tanzania.
A student embraces a Mexican child.
Students admiring a statue of a menorah in Israel.
Scan the photo gallery to get a firsthand look at the people and places that Northwestern students encounter through their global health travels and coursework.
  • Navigate the interactive map to hear from undergraduates firsthand about the amazing research they are doing through the global health minor in Chile, China, Cuba, France, Israel, South Africa and Tanzania.
  • Read the main story about the pioneering global health minor and its future direction.
  • Skim vignettes of students who have roamed the world learning about local cultures and how to help people live better lives.
Topics: Research