Experiential Education

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Experiential Education

Education is a process of generating new insight, perspectives and knowledge through a relational process of teaching and learning. Experiential Education achieves this through the application of theory to a concrete experience.

Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research offers targeted Experiential Education programs for students, early-career practitioners and established professionals, as well as educational events for the broader global health community.

Educational Offerings

Water Engineering

Humanitarian Water Engineering Short Course Intensive

Through intensive problem-based learning, as well as online modules, the Humanitarian Water Engineering Short Course Intensive teaches participants technical expertise in water engineering grounded in humanitarian perspectives.

New Journey to Save Fish: Oshki Maadaadiziwin Jaa Bimaaji’ut Gigooyike

Ten Indigenous youth from the Saugeen Ojibway Nation participate in the community’s efforts to document these changes and adapt to climate change.

Planetary Health Film Lab

Planetary Health Film Lab

The Planetary Health Film Lab is an intensive program designed for youth who have a story to tell about climate change and health and want to do so through film.

Trainee Program

Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research provides dynamic Experiential Education opportunities for students through our trainee program.

Planetary Health Film Lab

Public Events

Our public learning events set a foundation of shared knowledge based on discussion, learning, and networking. All events are free and open to all.

In keeping with best practices during the COVID-19 pandemic, all public events have been postponed.