Mason President Anne Holton met with the Global Politics Fellows, a group of Mason students taking part in a program that combines internships with coursework on government, international policies, and global affairs.
Oumama Kabli, a December 2017 graduate of the Global Affairs program, received an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and is spending a year teaching English at a public university in Tetouan, Morocco.
On November 14, at Mason's Arlington campus, philosophy professor Lisa Eckenwiler and the Global Health Fellows will host a panel on the ethical issues facing health workers and policy makers in the field of humanitarian health ethics.
The Global Health Fellows concluded their semester with a visit with bioethicist Carla Saenz, the Bioethics Advisor for the Pan American Health Organization, and a tour of the organization's Washington, D.C., headquarters.
The Global Affairs program and the Department of Philosophy are teaming up to offer a unique opportunity for their undergraduate students. The inaugural cohort of the Global Health Fellows will spend its fall semester at the Arlington campus focusing on the realities of today’s global health challenges and the resources offered from a humanities and social sciences perspective.