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Global Health Institute
Phone: 520-626-5983
Email: GHI@email.arizona.edu
1295 N Martin Ave.
PO Box 245163
Tucson AZ 85724
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Student Organizations

 
Learning, Understanding and Cultivating Health Advocacy (LUCHA)

LUCHA is a graduate student organization at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. LUCHA connects students to community service opportunities in order to cultivate awareness for border health and human rights issues in the U.S.-Mexico border region. More ...

Public Health Student Alliance (PHSA)

The Public Health Student Alliance (PHSA) is the chief student organization of The University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (MEZCOPH). Established in 1997 by a group of committed Master of Public Health (MPH) students, the initial charge of PHSA was to advocate for public health issues and to promote networking of students who work or wish to work in the field of public health. More ...

The Social Justice Symposium

The annual Social Justice Symposium is a day-long student-run event to engage faculty, students, community members, and health professionals in dialogue to cultivate awareness and encourage action in the pursuit of equal justice for all people in every aspect of our society. The 8th Annual Social Justice Symposium will take place on March 28, 2014. More...

The American Indian and Indigenous Health Alliance

The American Indian and Indigenous Health Alliance (AIIHA) is an undergraduate and graduate student organization established in 2012 by a group of MPH and DrPH students. The organization’s goals are to enrich and foster the educational and professional experience of Indigenous students at the University by offering diverse avenues of support that are responsive, adaptive, and efficient to meet the needs of Indigenous students. By doing so, the organization also hopes to increase the representation of Indigenous students in public health disciplines. More ...