Students from across the University of California apply their engineering skills to water supply, civil works, sanitation, agriculture and energy projects abroad.
The Women’s Health, Gender and Empowerment COE supports four international campus-based violence prevention research projects.
This five year project improves the technical capacity of emerging global health leaders and creates sustainable partnerships for open exchange.
Undergraduate students from UC San Diego designed and built an affordable solar-powered lantern to provide light, and income, to a partner village in the Philippines.
The awards fund research in drug addiction, health justice, LGBTQ+ inmates and health disparities among Latina immigrants.
Former GloCal fellow, Jennifer Syvertsen, reflects on her mentors, work in Kenya and plans for the future.
Offices abroad provide UC researchers with financial management, procurement, logistics and compliance services, as well as local technical expertise.
On this edition of In Black America, Debas talks about being a physician, researcher, teacher and academic leader.