The Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity is offering a new undergraduate program to facilitate advanced learning and engagement for students interested in prosperity science through health and economic development, innovation and social entrepreneurship, and capacity building.

The program aims to be multidisciplinary and is open to students from all majors.

The Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity is offering a new undergraduate program to facilitate advanced learning and engagement for students interested in prosperity science through health and economic development, innovation and social entrepreneurship, and capacity building.

The program aims to be multidisciplinary and is open to students from all majors.

The program strives to:

Create opportunities for students from all majors to advance global prosperity through the intersection of health and economic development

Develop hands-on problem solving skills to discover sustainable solutions

Engage in critical thinking, leadership, networking, and mentorship to help students reach their academic and professional goals

Teach social entrepreneurship and global citizenship

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.

Program Leaders

STEPHEN ALDER, PHD
STEPHEN ALDER, PHDExecutive Director, Center for Business, Health, and Prosperity Special Advisor for West Africa Programs Office for Global Engagement
Special Advisor for West Africa Programs
Office for Global Engagement
JILL STEPHENSON, MPA
JILL STEPHENSON, MPADirector of Student Experience & Global Programs
ANNIE SMITH
ANNIE SMITHCoordinator, Administrator Program
Please message Annie with any questions or inquiries regarding the Eccles Global Program.

Student Ambassadors

Liesel Madrian