Students will also have the opportunity to lead and manage the student organization. Bi-weekly meetings and programming may include special projects, service projects, company visits, guest lecturers, journal club, and retreats. Students may also choose to participate in the Global Health Case Competition and/or Bench to Bedside.
The program will also award $1,000 scholarships to outstanding student leaders and/or participants for a learning abroad experience in Ghana through one of the Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity’s Student Programs.
GPS is limited to 25 students in its inaugural year. Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 6 – 8 p.m. in SFEBB 5160A.