Global Health/Applied Math for Life & Social Sciences

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College: 
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Campus: 
Tempe

Brooke Barnes, a Global Health and Pre-Health major practices taking a fellow student's blood pressure.

Each honors student selects a program of study that mixes core requirements and electives. While we do not have a specific set of courses required for honors students, you may request Honors Enrichment Contracts with courses taught by regular faculty members.  The Honors thesis in is an excellent opportunity to gain experience conducting original Global Health-related research with the help and mentorship of an ASU faculty member.  It also requires commitment and planning. To take full advantage of this opportunity, we strongly encourage honors students to begin planning their project by the Fall of their junior year.

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Faculty Honors Advisors

Megan Jehn
480-965-4730
Office Hours: 
MW 10:30a - 12pm, MC203R

Student Profile: 
Hannah McAtee

Hannah McAtee

Hannah McAtee, a Barrett student majoring in Global Health and minoring in Spanish, is spending this summer as a World Food Prize Wallace-Carver intern at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, Office of Policy and Program Development, International Policy Division in Washington, D.C.