The submission deadline for Cycle 2 of the Healthier World Challenge Planning Grants had been scheduled for end of day tomorrow, Wednesday November 15th, 2017. However, due to changes to the RFA document that we made one week ago, we are offering an extension of one full week. The new deadline for Cycle 2 Healthier World Challenge Planning Grants is now 11:59PM (EST) on Wednesday November 22nd.
We are pleased to introduce Benjamin Linkas the newest member of the Alliance for a Healthier World (AHW) team. Ben joins us in the capacity of Executive Manager, focusing his efforts on the daily operations of the Alliance.
Johns Hopkins colleagues from diverse disciplines join in the World Cafe-styled discussions on health equity held the George Peabody Library on October 26, 2017. Photo by Will Kirk, Homewood Photography
The Alliance for a Healthier World is pleased to announce the launch of its updated online grant application platform. Proposals for Cycle 2 of the Healthier World Challenge Planning Grants are now being accepted.
The new Alliance for a Healthier World is pleased to announce the awardees of eight planning grants totaling USD $170,000. During summer 2017, proposals were received from research teams across the university vying for up to ten Healthier World Challenge planning grants each worth up to $25,000.
The Alliance for a Healthier World is thrilled to share information about an exciting new scholars program available to students from all JHU divisions. Global Healthy Equity Scholars will conduct research, lead student group events, and facilitate interactions between experts from several disciplines. Applications for 2017/2018 GHES are due by mid September, 2017.
Submissions closed on July 15th for the pilot round of our Healthier World Planning Grants. We are pleased to have received numerous strong proposals. The breadth and depth of proposed research addressing healthy equity has been inspiring....
On June 21st, AHW Director and Chair of the International Health Department, David Peters attended a special Dean's Lecture: "The 'International' in Health" by Sir George Alleyne. Sir George was also awarded the Deans Medal by Dean Michael Klag of the Bloomberg School of Public Health.