The Student Experience
ODU students can partake in multiple programs and projects in and out of the Center for Global Health. Students can serve as interns for credit, as volunteers or as research assistants. They can also engage with staff within the center or collaborate with other community partners on new or existing assignments and initiatives.
These unique learning experiences contribute to the versatility and educational experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
The ODU Center for Global Health offers internships to both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines. Students will be offered mentorship throughout their internship experience and an opportunity to engage in important events and projects that are hosted by the center. For more information regarding internship opportunities at the center, please contact the Program Manager of the center, Dr. My Ngoc Nguyen.
Service Learning Opportunities
The ODU Center for Global Health offers service learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students and community members. Opportunities include volunteering at an animal shelter, working at the health department on the Zika Mosquito Control Summer Project and helping with projects at operation smile. For more information regarding service learning opportunities, please contact the director of the center, Dr. Michele Kekeh
Undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines in and outside of the university can pursue research collaborations with faculty from the ODU Center for Global Health. Research interests of faculty from the center include emerging issues in global health. Past students have pursued grants such as the PURS grant. For more information regarding research opportunities at the center, please contact the Associate Director of the center, Dr. Michele Kekeh.