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Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Saturday, January 22, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Sunday, January 23, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Monday, January 24, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Tuesday, January 25, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Wednesday, January 26, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Thursday, January 27, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Friday, January 28, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Saturday, January 29, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Sunday, January 30, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Monday, January 31, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Thursday, February 3, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Friday, February 4, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Saturday, February 5, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.

Global Health Photography Exhibit

The Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI) annually hosts a global health student photography contest. Emory students from multiple Emory schools and disciplines participate. Students typically enter photographs that they have taken while conducting global health projects in low-and-middle-income countries. However, for the 2021 contest, EGHI turned its focus on the United States and the numerous health issues that affect American residents. EGHI made this change for the following reasons: 1) students have not been able to travel freely because of the pandemic, 2) global health challenges occur everywhere in the world, and 3) EGHI believes that turning the lens on the US is appropriate as our country continues to struggle with high COVID incidence and death rates, vaccine hesitancy, health disparities impacted by racial and social justice issues, and resistance to public health mitigation measures. These works are exhibited in the Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Sponsored… University Event Topic: Arts. Health. Public Health. School: All Emory University. Department / Organization: Arts at Emory. Type of Art: Arts - Interdisciplinary Events & Exhibitions. Event Open To: All (Public). Venue: Chace Gallery. Contact Name: Rebecca Baggett. Contact Email: rbagget@emory.edu. Sunday, February 6, 2022. Chace Gallery at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.