On-Campus Residencies

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As a hybrid program that is mostly online, the LGBT Health Policy & Practice on-campus residencies allow students to have a more interactive and intimate experience with one another, as well as provide the foundation for the program. The residencies expose the students to a host of multidisciplinary faculty from GW and other top-level institutions, along with prominent guest faculty from the health care and policy fields. Moreover, they are exposed to a variety of panel discussions, workshops, outings, and the opportunity to network with some of the top-level leaders in a multitude of fields. In addition, being in our nation's capital, students are able to meet with politicians, policy makers, and leaders in the healthcare industry. 

The on-campus Summer Residency kicks off the start of the program in mid-July. The on-campus Spring Residency kicks off the spring semester in January. 

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Distinguished Guest Faculty

Cornelius Baker

Advisory Board member: A committed civil rights and HIV/AIDS advocate for over two decades.

Maria Cecilia Zea

Guest Faculty: Dr. Zea researches HIV behaviors in Latino MSM in the U.S. and Colombia.

Mark Hatzenbeuhler

Guest Faculty: Dr. Hatzenbuehler is an Assistant Professor of Sociomedical Sciences and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Social Inequalities and Health at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Javier Vasquez

Forum Speaker: Mr. Vasquez is a Human Rights Law Advisor with the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO).