Fellows Fair: Master of Science in Global Health at Duke University

Fellows Fair: Master of Science in Global Health at Duke University

Disclaimer: This RPCV event is listed here for your information. This event is hosted or sponsored by an RPCV group, Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows partner, or employer. Even though these events support the Third Goal of the Peace Corps, they are not sponsored, funded, endorsed, or hosted by the Peace Corps.

Are you a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (RPCV) considering graduate study in global health? Let's talk! The Duke Global Health Institute partners with the Peace Corps to offer targeted scholarships to returned Peace Corps volunteers (RPCVs). Through the Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship, eligible RPCVs enrolled in the Duke’s Master of Science in Global Health (MS-GH) receive a 50% tuition scholarship, as well as funding to pursue field-based research and professional development activities. As part of the Coverdell fellowship, you will undertake a research or service project of value to underserved populations in the United States during your studies at Duke. Finding the right program to help you launch your global health career is critical, and there is a lot to consider when selecting a program. This information session will give an overview of Duke’s Master of Science in Global Health program and the application process. Current RPCV/Coverdell MS-GH student perspectives on the curriculum, experiential learning, community, and pairing the program with your Peace Corps experience will be included. Information about joining the webinar will be sent upon registration.

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