Global Health Emphasis Expands at UMSN
New opportunities are available for students to increase their cultural competency on campus and beyond, and faculty showcase curriculum enhancements.
--The University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) is increasing global health opportunities for students with the addition of a three-week immersion experience in India. Twelve to sixteen students will be able to travel to Salokaya College of Nursing in New Delhi, thanks to an India Initiative Award from U-M’s Office of the President and additional support from the Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS). This global health care experience is part of N421, an elective seminar open to all eligible U-M undergraduate students. U-M students will spend two weeks learning side by side with Salokaya students, supervised by Salokaya and UMSN faculty, at clinical sites in and around New Delhi.