Memoranda of Understanding
The School of Public Health through the Office of Global Public Health has a process in place for reviewing faculty proposals to establish Institutional International Memoranda of Understanding with institutions and agencies worldwide. Approval of MOUs will be based on their aligment with established guidelines and potential for contributing to the school's overall global public health mission and strategic direction. View the Memoranda of Understanding criterion document on the Heights (SPH faculty & staff only).
Global Public Health Faculty Appointments
Professor of Global Public Health
The Professor of Global Public Health appointment was developed to lend visible institutional support to faculty working in global public health. Designation as a Professor of Global Public Health is reserved exclusively for tenured faculty with a primary faculty appointment at the School of Public Health with substantial global health experience. Applications are due annually on June 1 and require a nomination from the applicant's departmental chair. View the Professor of Global Public Health materials on the Heights (SPH faculty & staff only).
Global Public Health Faculty Associate
Designation as a Global Public Health Faculty Associate is available to all School of Public Health faculty working internationally. Applicants may apply anytime throughout the fall and winter semester. View the Global Public Health Faculty Associate materials on the Heights (SPH faculty & staff only).
Annual solicitation of applications for faculty pilot research projects in global health are offered by the Office of Global Public Health. Priority for funding is typically, although not exclusively, given to proposals from junior faculty. Applications due annually in December and accepted on a rolling basis if funds remain. View the submission guidelines on the Heights (SPH faculty & staff only).
Student Funding (information provided for faculty advisors of students)
Pre-Dissertation Travel Funding
Students enrolled in doctoral level programs at the School of Public Health and wish to conduct internationally-based pre-dissertation research, which does not support faculty research, are eligible to apply for a travel award. Applications due annually in March. View the pre-dissertation request for proposal on the Heights (SPH faculty and staff only).
Master's Level Internship Funding
The Office of Global Public Health competitively awards funding to master's level students to complete a minimum of an eight week research, applied service, management or policy internship internationally. Funding may be used by students that want to join a faculty research project oversees. Applications due annually in February. View the internship funding guidelines in the Heights (SPH faculty and staff only).