DEADLINE: Global Health Outreach Projects Applications

Sunday, February 16, 2020 23:45

Do you want to write about global health? Have you ever dreamed of running a scientific journal?  McGill undergraduate and graduate students of all Faculties can apply for our three Global Health Outreach Projects:

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Student Fellow (summer 2020)

The student submits the story idea and Pulitzer Center staff and journalists advise the student throughout the process. Final projects are featured on the Pulitzer Center website and in other news-media outlets. See the 2018 Student Fellow.
If you missed the Pulitzer Student Fellowship and would like to hear what was said, contact studentaffairsghp.med [at] mcgill.ca (the GHP office)!

Editor-in-Chief, McGill Perspectives on Global Health Blog (May 2020 - April 2021)

The Editor-in-Chief would be responsible for soliciting and writing stories, managing contributors, updating the website, and working with the GHP office to set the direction of the Blog.

Editor-in-Chief, The McGill Journal of Global Health, formerly known as the Prognosis. (May 2020 - April 2021)

The McGill Journal of Global Health focuses on research at the intersection of social, biomedical, global, and local perspectives on health.  Key tasks for the editor in chief include: recruiting and hiring volunteers for editorial board, providing leadership, developing relationships with the journal stakeholders, and ultimately producing a student-run journal. 

More information | Apply 

Deadline February 16th, 2020 11:59PM

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