The Global Health Service Partnership:
A New Health Diplomacy
A public lecture, presented by Dr. Vanessa Kerry, MD, MSc
Thursday, September 19, 2013
2:00 – 3:40 PM
Peterson Gymnasium, Room 242 (view map)
SDSU President Hirshman and the Global Health Program at the SDSU Graduate School of Public Health
Invite You to a Public Lecture.
|Dr. Vanessa Kerry is the founder and CEO of Seed Global Health and Director of the Global Public Policy and Social Change Program at Harvard Medical School. Having worked in resource-limited settings for over a decade, Dr. Kerry envisions a solution where the growing number of US health professionals interested in global health serve as educators and faculty in these countries to build a pipeline of in-country providers. This innovative program gains efficiencies through a public-private partnership between Seed Global Health, the Peace Corps, and the countries where the volunteers serve. Students, Staff, Faculty, and the Public are invited! Seating is limited.|
If you are coming from:
North County Coastal
take I-5 South to 805 South to I-8 East.
North County Inland/Riverside
take I-15 South to I-8 East.
take I-8 West.
take 805 North to I-8 East.
From I-8, take the College Avenue exit and go south. Turn right at Montezuma (second stop light at the top of the hill). Go to the second stop light (55th Street) and turn right. Make an immediate left at the first stop light into the parking structure. You will want to obtain a parking permit (parking fees apply) at the kiosk just inside the entrance. You will see the Aztecs Athletics Center. Peterson Gym is just north of the Aztec Athletics Center. There will be signage inside Peterson Gym leading you to room 242.
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