• Photo of Dr. Agnès Binagwaho speaking at UW
    Dr. Agnès Binagwaho speaking at UW.
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    A Participatory Approach

    Dr. Agnès Binagwaho talks global health and how 
    trust and equity is in the heart of everything.

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    Lab details, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA. Photo credit: UW SPH
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    Meet DGH's Research Assistants

    Learn about their backgrounds and get their first-hand perspective of life as an RA.

  • When Should Treatment Begin?

    Earlier identification and treatment to improve survival
    of hospitalized children with HIV.

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    Shigella bacteria. Image credit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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    A Critical Window for Prevention

    Death from diarrheal disease remains the second leading cause of 
    death in children under five, worldwide. And it is entirely preventable.

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    Shadae Paul, MPH, MPA Candidate. Photo credit: Maryska Valentine
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    Beyond Gender Parity

    How can we address gender bias in global health leadership?

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    Photo credit Jonathan Steinberg
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    Number Two Public University

    The University of Washington climbed to the No. 10 spot on the 
    U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities rankings, and 
    is now second among American public institutions.

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    Photo of the Department of Global Health's first graduating class of MPH students, in 2008.
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    Looking Back on Our First Decade
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    Global Health students attend an HIV/AIDS class at the UW School of Public Health, Fall 2015.
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    Help Change the World for Students

    With a matching gift