A unique opportunity to practice knowledge and skills in a global/public health setting. Students utilize their classroom learning to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of global and public heath issues. Students engage with communities, professors, peers, and more to apply tools and skills to real world health issues.
Programs for limited-resource populations throughout New York, including Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), Eat Smart New York, and Farmers' Market Nutrition Program.
aims to foster non-traditional partnerships between researchers, those who implement, health workers, and policymakers to solve complex nutritional and health challenges with minimal resources.
Experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), Cochrane, and Cornell University come together to train participants in systematic reviews of nutrition interventions in populations.
The Division’s excellence in interdisciplinary nutrition research has earned it the honor of being the only World Health Organization designated center for nutrition in the United States. This designation was awarded in 2016 to the Division for its expertise in implementation research in nutrition and global policy.