- Members of the GHP Class of 2017 are conducting summer projects on five continents, exploring health issues through a range of disciplinary perspectives.
- Princeton's Global Health Program taught Grinberg '13 to see systems and people "in a complicated, nuanced way."
- Angus Deaton has been named a Knight Bachelor “for his services to research in economics and international affairs.”
- Scholar in the Nation's Service Marlise Pierre-Wright '12 *16 engaged in Princeton's health programs as an undergraduate and as a graduate student, paving the way to a career dedicated to health and well-being.
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