Meet UW’s 2019 Outstanding Students in Global Health

Preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission, conducting novel research on West Nile Virus, and developing better approaches to mental health are just some of the ways that UW global health students are already making positive health impacts locally, nationally and globally. Each year, the Department of Global Health recognizes graduating Master’s, PhD and medical  student scholars who are exemplary students and engaged leaders in global health.

This year’s awardees included Rabi Yunusa, who received the Global Health Outstanding Master’s Student award.

Global Health Student Courtney Jackson Named to Husky 100 List

A belief in health and equity for all people – and understanding the challenges that underrepresented minorities can face – sparked Courtney Jackson’s path in global health. As an MPH student at the University of Washington, Jackson was able to thrive by finding strong women of color mentors along the way who helped create a space of belonging.

Today Jackson was named among the University of Washington’s Husky 100, the university’s top award honoring UW students who display exemplary work in their respective fields.