A stock photo of a group of children collecting water. A stock photo of a group of children carrying jugs to collect water.
This is a graphic design. The Global Health Studies major announcement. This is a graphic design. The Global Health Studies major announcement.
A stock photo of a boatman sailing into a fishing village. A stock photo of a boatman sailing into a fishing village.
This is a graphic design. The Master of Arts in Global Health & Society no longer requires students to complete the GRE in order to be admitted. This is a graphic design. The Master of Arts in Global Health & Society no longer requires students to complete the GRE in order to be admitted.

Global Health Studies

The Global Health Studies program at the University of Miami provides students with an interdisciplinary perspective for understanding the foundations of sustainable health systems around the world. Our unique program provides both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to examine how global health outcomes relate to society, culture, and the environment. In order to meet the emerging challenges to human health and resilience, our students learn how to adopt evidence-based health policies, practices, and interventions, and how to translate them from international to community scales.

Global Health Studies

Our program is grounded in the study of sustainable health and resilience. Situated at the gateway to the hemisphere, UM Global Health Studies students have the opportunity to engage in transformational scholarship that can lead to a rewarding and impactful career in global health.

South-South Migration, Inequality, and Development Hub

Funded by the United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) organization and its Global Challenges Research Fund, the South-South Migration, Inequality and Development Hub (MIDEQ) unpacks the complex and multi-dimensional relationships between migration and inequality by examining this understudied, yet prevalent, phenomenon in the context of 12 countries in the Global South.

INURED

The Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development (INURED) is dedicated to improving the educational, socioeconomic and political conditions of Haiti's people. This visual ethnography documents the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew and how this region has recovered in the year following the disaster.

Global Health At the University of Miami

This photo was taken in Haiti. Dr. Marcelin is photographed having a conversation with several community members.

With top programs, the College paves the way in advancing health and well-being

Varied insights poised to enhance individual and community well-being.

This is a photo of two men in Haiti. They are sharing a motorcycle. One man is holding the Haitian flag while another man is driving the motorcycle. Behind them, several local community members are gathering.

Haiti expert: Country needs a ‘transitional government’

Professor Louis Herns Marcelin maintains the Caribbean nation needs oversight to ensure a free election after the current president faces demands to step down over allegations of corruption and collusion with local gangs.

This is a composite image. There is an opaque background of trees swaying in a hurricane wind. In the mid-ground there is an opaque figure of a person. In the foreground there is a yellow paint brush stroke.

Symposium focuses on the rise of resiliency efforts

More than 60 environmental researchers, practitioners, and leaders from the Caribbean and South Florida offered presentations highlighting the “human center dimension” of climate change and resiliency.

In this image a woman is holding a cart. There are large water containers inside the cart. She is accompanied by three adolescent children. This woman appears to be in a village..

For the poor, little access to clean water increases COVID-19 risk

A study led by Justin Stoler, University of Miami associate professor, analyzes how water insecurity can hinder strategies to stymie the coronavirus.

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