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Mar 22, 2011

Partners In Health

2011 GlobeMed Global Health Summit //

The fifth annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit will bring together more than 250 passionate undergraduate students from GlobeMed chapters across the country for four days of lectures, workshops, and discussions with leading professionals in the field of global health and social justice. This year’s theme, A Call to Action: Leveraging History to Build a Movement, will explore the rich history […]

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Mar 4, 2011

dosomething.org

Construction of a Center for Collaboration and Transformation of Rwanda’s Future //

Every hospital in the developed world has a waiting room, where patients and nurses can consult, in private, in order to determine the necessary steps for healing. Why is it that so many developing countries lack such an important space? GlobeMed at GWU partners with the Rwanda Village Concept Project (RVCP) in the […]

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Feb 21, 2011

North by Northwestern

GlobeMed: Make World Social Justice Day a day of reflection and criticism //

Looking back at the World Day of Social Justice — February 20th, 2011 — I’d like to offer a reflection, a criticism, and an opportunity for Northwestern to continue to advance a movement to build a more just and equitable world.

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Feb 18, 2011

dosomething.org

Building a pipeline of leadership for global health and social justice //

Persistent injustices in health demand that this generation remains committed leading and innovating in global health. However, most student-driven organizations focus on short-term and unsustainable projects, often lack leadership development training, and have not cultivated a supportive community to drive long-term engagement. GlobeMed is harnessing the unprecedented energy and enthusiasm for global health […]

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Feb 16, 2011

The Daily Bruin

GlobeMed to host Global Get Down cultural dance and a cappella competition show //

It costs $40 to purchase a female goat and $50 for a male. UCLA’s GlobeMed chapter is hoping to buy 30, using donations from Global Get Down, a cultural dance and a cappella competition happening tonight.

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Jan 20, 2011

Global Giving

Nourishing 500 Children in Ho, Ghana //

Our fall fundraising campaign, the Global Marketplace, was a huge success. During this event, we collected clothing, books, accessories, DVDs, etc. on and off campus in Evanston to bring together on October 19th to sell in our very own marketplace. The venture was highly successful, and we were thrilled by the outcome. A lot of students from around […]

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Aug 26, 2010

9NEWS

Going around the world to learn the value of an education //

For several years, Taylor Roberts has known he wants to design large buildings. At the University of Colorado at Boulder, Roberts realized his designs could be best used in places where there are no roads and buildings.

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