The Center for Global Health’s mission is to address health issues affecting global populations. This mission is carried out through four goals:
- Foster innovative, interdisciplinary, global health research
- Create the next generation of global health leaders and scholars
- Facilitate sustained global health partnerships
- Promote translation of global health research findings into policy and practice
The center supports students by providing guidance on global health resources at Pitt and beyond, such as:
- student interest groups
- education and training programs
- travel resources
- funding sources
- internship, fellowship, and employment opportunities (see our Opportunities Guide (PDF))
The Certificate in Global Health prepares students for occupations in public health, health care, and affiliated fields that increasingly demand interdisciplinary and international thinking skills and competence in responding to challenges brought on by this dynamic global environment.
Pitt Public Health invites Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) to apply for the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, which provides financial support towards a Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of Science (MS) degree as well as experience working with local underserved communities.