Teaching

GHHP66: Negotiations from the Interpersonal to the International

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2019

How should we understand conflict in our own lives and in the world around us? At all levels of society, people tend to approach conflict as an adversarial battle—communities polarize, ethnopolitical groups clash, and nations and international institutions face daily political tensions. To prepare you for a lifetime of civic engagement, this course empowers you with new pathways for examining enduring questions about the roots of conflict and interdisciplinary approaches for resolving it. We will explore rational, emotional, and identity-based perspectives on conflict resolution and...

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GHHP99: Research in Global Health and Health Policy

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019

In this course, we will: (1) introduce the fundamentals of research design and methods in global health and health policy, (2) assist you in developing your own research project, and (3) help you craft policy recommendations that can impact health care systems and public health. Through this experience, you will also become a more discerning consumer of published research.

Lead Faculty: David Cutler

GH 705: Conceptual and Practical Ethical Problems in Global Health Delivery

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019

The primary goal of this class is to encourage students to engage in critical reflection individually and with your peers about several moral/ethical concerns in the emerging field of global health.   By critical reflection, we mean to encourage each student to do the following throughout the semester:

  • Be purposeful and deliberate in understanding and explaining ideas, beliefs, assumptions, statements of knowledge, and claims of value (and the like) that students profess;
  • Be willing to honestly interrogate the validity/truth/certainty of...
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