COVID-19 IN BRAZIL: THE IMPACT OF SCIENTIFIC DENIALISM
For International Education Week 2021, Global Education hosted a webinar featuring the Fulbright Chair in Public Health Sciences at UC San Diego, Dr Pedro Hallal. Dr Hallal compares the burden of COVID-19 in Brazil with that observed in the rest of the world and the impact of scientific denialism in the country.
Thinking about your future? Think about Fulbright!
At a time when we face global challenges, international engagement is more important than ever. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants awards for undergraduate and graduate students to teach, study, conduct research, work and more in many countries and regions around the world! The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers opportunities for scholars in all disciplines to advance their research and teaching interests, promote mutual understanding, and collaborate with scholars abroad. We have opportunities to match your goals and availability. There are over 450 awards in more than 125 countries, and many are open to all disciplines. The complete list of opportunities can be found in the Catalog of Awards. Opportunities range from 2 to 12 months in length and include flexible options for multiple shorter visits to many host countries. Additionally, some awards provide dependent support for scholars wishing to bring family members. U.S. citizenship is required.
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UC San Diego is committed to the Fulbright Program, the flagship program of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, designed to increase mutual understanding on a global scale. Various offices on campus work together to support the Fulbright Program and advance the mission of Senator J. William Fulbright in fostering bilateral relationships through international education. As a result, UC San Diego is a top sending scholar institution, welcomes one of the largest degree-seeking Fulbright student cohorts in the UC system, and has witnessed growth in student applications.