SGFG 2013

Following the success of the inaugural program in Summer 2012, SGFG was expanded into 2 quarters – Spring and Summer – in 2013. During the Spring Quarter, 26 students worked on 9 projects in Global Health and Sustainable Development. During the summer, 13 students traveled to the field to work on 4 interesting and diverse projects – Sustainable Energy and Development with a Native Tribal Council in Alaska, Climate Change Effect on Flooding with the United Nations Office of Development in Nicaragua, Childhood Malnutrition with the Children In Crisis program in Guatemala, and Expanding Technology Park with the Ministry of Information in Bhutan.

Summer Quarter

Spring Quarter