Students can find courses relevant to global health in almost every one of the twelve undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, there are several options available for those interested in tropical medicine. See relevant links to the right.
Global Health Programs has supported the production of a number of global health-relevant videos/lectures by Penn faculty. In addition, we regularly add links on this page to important lectures/recordings by outside scholars. This information should be helpful both for students preparing for global health experiences and those who are looking for greater insight about experiences they have already had.
Videos below are organized alphabetically by presenter under the following rubrics:
The Global Health Programs Office houses a small collection of often compelling and entertaining films with global health relevance. The entire Penn community is welcome to borrow these films. To do so, review list on the right and contact Dustin Utt to make pick-up arrangements.
Check availablity of Global Health films:
Global Health Programs maintains a bibliography of recommended readings in global health. Our office also houses a library of diverse and highly-regarded literature and textbooks with global health relevance. The entire Penn community is welcome to borrow these items. To check on the availability of a given title and to make pick-up arrangements, please contact Dustin Utt.
Check for readings of interest:
- Readings in Global Health
- Comparison of 5 Introductory Textbooks in Global Health (Nathanson & Hall)
View global health career resources:
Many Penn faculty are engaged in exciting and worthwhile global health endeavors throughout their careers. If you are interested in learning more about who is doing what in global health at Penn, you may wish to see our spreadsheet (access below). If you are a faculty member who should be included in this document, please contact Global Health Programs. We will be happy to add or modify your information at any time.
Last updated: February 17, 2014