The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy is offering a new doctoral fellowship in migrant health, which can be used to study social justice issues faced by migrant populations and approaches to addressing these issues. The fellowship is based in the school's PhD program in Community Health & Health Policy. Applicants must apply by March 15.
The Fellowship will provide a doctoral student the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with Dr. Lyndon Haviland, an internationally recognized public health expert in global health and a passionate advocate for refugees, immigrants, and young people. The Fellowship award includes full in-state tuition and an annual stipend of $35,000 for one new, incoming doctoral student.
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