Resources

Resources

Through STEM Global, the Washington Global Health Alliance and its members are inspiring and preparing the next generation of global health researchers, practitioners, and champions.

Explore the resources below to help with your global health job search or to learn new ways to integrate global health concepts into your classroom.

If you have new opportunities or resources for students or teachers to share through STEM Global, email us.

For Your Classroom

Global Health Ambassadors Curriculum

An overview interdisciplinary 11th grade Ambassadors Global Health High School Curriculum

Global Health Careers Pipeline

A high-level map of careers in Global Health that make up the global health sector and the education required to land them.

Global Health Careers Fact Sheets

Fact sheets that give detailed information about occupations, education requirements, and salaries

STEM Global Data Driven Curriculum

IHME’s curriculum to use data to inform action

STEM Global Code Cracking Curriculum

NWABR’s curriculum to investigate cancer mutations

STEM Global Data Driven Middle School Curriculum

IHME’s Middle School curriculum to use data to inform action

STEM Global Diagnostic Detective Curriculum

Fred Hutch’s curriculum to learn how to detect antibodies

STEM Global Drone Drop Challenge

PATH’s curriculum to design, build, & test a safe drop container

STEM Global Vaccine Delivery Curriculum

Pacific Science Center’s curriculum to design a vaccine-delivery solution

Online Exchanges & Global Collaborations for Every Classroom

Explore programs for communication and collaboration with students from other countries

Seattle BioMed's BioQuest Academy Curriculum

Resources for teaching hands-on exploration of infectious disease research

Minding the Gaps in Reaching the Millennium Goals

Data visualization software to explain global health issues

Gapminder

An online visualizer of global health data that unveils the beauty of statistics for a fact-based world view

Collaborations to Understand Research & Ethics

A series of four curricula that explore the relationship between science and ethics.

Rx for Survival: A Global Health Challenge

Games, debates, and experiments to use with your students

HHMI BioInteractive's Infectious Disease Resources

Engaging multimedia resources to teach about viruses, the immune system, and infectious disease

NPR Global Health News Archive

All of NPR’s reports on global health in one location

Case Studies for Teaching in Science

Provides case studies, teaching guides, and answer keys on topics such as cholera, malaria, TB, HIV, & Ebola

Global Health Narratives: A Reader for Youth

Narratives and accompanying resources to support teachers in integrating these narratives into their science classrooms

Speakers Bureau

Request a scientist to speak in your classroom on topics ranging from AIDS research to the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain

Science Adventure Lab

Seattle Children’s mobile science lab accommodates up to 28 students and travels to schools across Washington to provide hands-on science curriculum to grades 4-12

Advanced Science Adventure Lab

Seattle Children’s mobile advanced science lab accommodates up to 28 students and travels to middle and high schools across Washington to provide hands-on science curriculum

What Does It Take to Eradicate Disease?

A resource packet for educators from a World Affairs Council Global Classroom and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation event

Test & Treat Before You Drink

Curriculum for grades 9-12 to learn about water quality testing and access to clean water saving lives

Breathe In, Breathe Out Curriculum

Middle-school students learn how engineers help us stay healthy by designing machines and medicines that support respiratory health and function

Human Reproductive Technologies Curriculum

Curriculum for grades 6-8 to learn about technologies and how engineers have worked to improve the health of expecting mothers and babies

Global Health Champions

Profiles of people who have made a tremendous difference on the front lines of global health

Climate Change and Human Rights

A resource packet with tools for bringing these issues into K-12 social studies and science classrooms

Measuring the Impact of Global Health Crises

Lesson plans, articles, infographics, and more, related to an Ebola epidemic and global health issues

For Your Job Search

10 Tips for Building Your High School Resume

Encourages early resume building and how to use it to market yourself.

How to Create Your Resume

Slideshow with detail descriptions of sections to include on a resume.

Global Health Resource Center

UW’s listing of global health internships, fellowships, and volunteer opportunities

Global Health Reading List

A list of books compiled by Theresa Britschgi

Global Health Diplomacy Online Course

Learn the opportunities, challenges, and limits of Global Health Diplomacy

Girls in Engineering, Math, & Science (GEMS)

GEMS is for 7th & 8th grade girls currently attending a Seattle public school