- The Global Health and Health Policy Senior Thesis Prize is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding thesis written by a student earning a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy.
- In this spotlight article, Heidi Robbins talks about how she found herself in global health.
- Heather Howard discusses various Medicaid issues; the extent non-expansion was driven by policy or politics, work requirements, state administrative costs, cost-sharing and the “private option” in existing state plans, and the likelihood of Section 1332 waivers moving states to universal care.
- Economist Janet Currie explains why health insurance for children leads to better outcomes in adulthood.
Breaking Down Boundaries
Princeton’s vibrant Global Health Program brings domestic and international health issues to life through interdisciplinary research and teaching, hands-on learning and a focus on policy. The program is administered by the Center for Health and Wellbeing, an interdisciplinary unit within the Woodrow Wilson School.