2022 Public & Global Health Track @ WashU

The 2022 Public and Global Health Track, is an eight-week summer program open to national and international students currently enrolled or matriculating at the time of application and participation in the program in the following degree programs at a U.S.-based university:

·       Full-time college undergraduates

·       Graduate students pursuing a master’s degree

·       Medical students 

·       PhD students

Students in the Public and Global Health Track receive a $4,000 stipend and engage in real-world experiential learning in public and global health and pediatrics research, gain exposure to a diverse array of research topics, and network with peers and faculty. Further application details can be found, on our website. The application period closes on January 7, 2022.

If there are any questions, please email iphsummer@wustl.edu

Presentation on Academic Bullying

Join the SOE Graduate Student Association on Tuesday, December 14th from 11:00AM-12:15PM EST via Zoom!

The SOE Graduate Student Association (GNOMES) is thrilled to host a presentation on Academic Bullying presented by Dr. Veronica Carey! We hope that you can join us to learn about academic bullying, as well as systems of support to enhance your educational journey.


Representation in the Arts

Join DUBAC & Westphal on Wednesday, December 8th at 6:00PM EST via Zoom!

Drexel University Black Alumni Council (DUBAC) and the Westphal College of Art, Media, and Design invite you to this panel discussion to explore the various impacts people of color have had across the sectors of music, fashion, film, and television as a response and inspiration to each other. Learn about the ways social activism has propelled the conversation around cultural identity, celebration and representation in the arts.

Following the discussion, panelists will open the floor for questions from the group.


  • Brea M. Heidelberg, PhD (moderator), BS/BA ’07, Associate Professor, Program Director, Entertainment & Arts Management, Westphal College
  • Alphonso McClendon, MS ’98, Associate Professor, Program Director, Design & Merchandising, Westphal College
  • Tony Dofat, Associate Teaching Professor, Music Industry, Westphal College
  • Raja Schaar, Assistant Professor, Program Director, Product Design, Westphal College
  • Wit Lopéz, Project Manager, Philadelphia Assembly & Founder/Artistic Director, Till Arts Project


TONIGHT: Climate Justice Cultural Leadership Guest Speaker Series

Join Drexel’s Arts Administration & Museum Leadership tonight, December 3rd from 7:00PM-8:00PM EST via Zoom!

Molly Braverman is the Director of the Broadway Green Alliance. She previously served as the Managing Director of Theatre Horizon, a non-profit professional theatre company in Norristown, PA. She has worked as a Stage Manager on Broadway, Touring Broadway, and regionally, having spent three years on the road with the National Tour of Wicked and continuing to serve as a substitute Stage Manager on Wicked and Hamilton. She founded the Philadelphia Green Theatre Alliance, a regional chapter of the Broadway Green Alliance, and is a trained Climate Reality Leader. 


Bridging the Gaps Seminar Series

Join on Monday, December 13th from 5:30PM-7:15PM EST via Zoom!

The Seminar Series is designed to address the root causes for many of today’s public health issues and to develop concrete strategies to address them. This seminar titled Navigating Emergency Medical Assistance: Health Rights of the Uninsured will be presented by Vincent J. Zarro, MD, PhD and Maripat Pileggi, JD.

Due to limited space and resources only health and social service professional students who attend academic health institutions participating in Bridging the Gaps are eligible to register. On-line registration is required.


If you register and are unable to attend, please notify the BTG program office within 24 hours prior to Seminar so your space can be offered to another student. The website will immediately confirm that your registration has been received. One to two days before the Seminar, the BTG program office will send an additional confirmation.