Frangela Dorsainville got the coveted internship so many people want, working for Haiti’s permanent mission for a semester. She’ll give you all the tips and tricks on how to get there and how to make the best of it. And hopefully, provide a few laughs along the way.
This is the first episode of the Graduate Institute Careers podcast. You can find it through Anchor.fm, on Spotify, and from any podcast app using the RSS feed.
Cast: Michelle Olguin Flückliger
Regard, by Patryk Skowroński (Unwritten Stories, CC By 3.0)
Settling In, by Dexter Britain (Creative Commons vol. 3, CC By-NC-SA 3.0)
In this first health-themed episode of Geneva Intl, Professor Suerie Moon, renowned expert on global governance and public health and co-director of the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute Geneva, weighs in on the COVID-19 pandemic as students Esther Pak and Ezekiel Boro ask about everything from preparedness and response on the African continent, panic-buying (is it helpful or hurtful?), WHO leadership, and practical ways that young people can step up and show solidarity during these trying times.
Professor Moon is a globally recognized policy expert on strengthening the global governance of outbreak preparedness and response, and her work has been widely published in top academic journals and mainstream media. Health Intl. is a student-led podcast at the Graduate Institute.
The Health Intl podcast is a student-led initiative at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) in Geneva, Switzerland. Health Intl features current news and exciting research in global health coming out of the Graduate Institute, Geneva and the globe.
This is the trailer episode in a series by students of the Graduate Institute, featuring (by order of appearance) Joshua Thew, Michelle Olguin Flückliger, Anna Ploeg, and Samhita Bharadwaj. This series will present the research, initiatives, and lives of students and other partners at the Graduate Institute.