Displaced Children: "Adverse Childhood Experiences Amongst Refugees from the Horn of Africa: Influences on Development, Attachment, and Risk/Resilience"
by Segen Zeray
UCSD Students for Global Health
UC San Diego Students for Global Health is a student organization for students passionate about Global Health issues and interested in contributing to the Global Health community on Campus.
Our mission is to bring together students interested in global health-related issues, education and careers, by fostering communication and ongoing partnerships between UC San Diego student organizations and the larger community.
This group acts as a liaison between undergraduates, advisors, faculty, and the administration, supporting and advocating for the interests of the global health student community at UC San Diego. All Majors Welcome!
Become a Member
Meet other students passionate about Global Health issues!
Attend GBMs (2 of 3 per quarter)
Be a part of a collaborative, multidisciplinary community of students and global citizens that are open-minded and dedicated.
Network: meet like-minded students, UC San Diego professors and faculty, individuals working to promote health in San Diego and the world
Peer mentorship: Be a supportive force in other students endeavors
Attend seminars on Global Health issues
Involvement in fundraisers, awareness events, promoting GH on campus
Valuable Information on graduate school and careers in Global Health
Be a student leader at UC San Diego and beyond!
Come & join us at one of our GBM events this quarter!
Spring Quarter 2022
2021-2022 Student Board
Meet the core members of our student organization!
General Body Meetings Planning Committee
External Relations Committee
Students for Global Health Board members will have their leadership experience indicated on their Co-Curricular Record.
Your hard work outside of the classroom deserves to be recognized. UCSD now has a Co-Curricular Record, which recognizes your involvement and skills developed on an official, validated record signed by the Registrar of the university. You’ll be able to highlight the skills you developed, which is great when you’re meeting with potential employers or applying for graduate/professional programs.