Student Programs

The UCGHI Center of Expertise in One Health educates students through work that has global impacts. Through integrated training and research programs, UC students can gain international research experience through the GloCal Health Fellowship, UCGHI Summer Fellowships, and the Sri Lanka Field Course. In addition to fellowships, the UCGHI also offers seminar and conference opportunities to students, faculty and staff including UC Global Health Day—a campus-wide showcase for the research, training and outreach in global health that is happening across the University of California. 

The Center of Expertise in One Health realizes its mission by:  

  • Integrating expertise drawn from a variety of disciplines, including the health sciences, agricultural and environmental sciences, social sciences, and engineering; 
  • Engaging collaboratively with partners in California and around the world in action-based research aimed at improving and promoting health using the One Health approach; and 
  • Training a cadre of global leaders, health workers, scientists and engineers in the One Health approach
UC Global Health Institute

The UC Global Health Institute (UCGHI) is a collaborative UC-wide program that advances the livelihood of people both in California, and across the globe. 

Student Ambassadors in Planetary Health

UCGHI's Planetary Health Center of Expertise Student Ambassador Program is a unique opportunity for UC students interested in the environment, vulnerable populations and the nexus of science and stakeholders. Ambassadors develop, organize and promote planetary health activities on the UC Davis campus and across UC. The initial application period for the 2018-2019 academic year has closed, but additional applications will be accepted on a space available basis.

Visit the UCGHI website for more information and submit your completed application through the online form.  

UCGHI GloCal Health Fellowship 

The UCGHI GloCal Health Fellowship supports a 12-month, mentored research fellowship for investigators interested in studying diseases and conditions in developing countries. The fellowship is designed for US doctoral students, professional students and postdoctoral fellows. The application period for 2018-19 fellows has closed. 

For more information, visit the UC GloCal Health Fellowship webpage.