New Videos Capture Student Global Health Internship Experiences
Feb. 7, 2023

The Center for Health and Wellbeing has documented the summer internship experiences of seven Princeton students through a new series of videos.

Meet the Class of 2024 Health Scholars
Feb. 2, 2023

Six students from the Class of 2024 will receive financial support for internships and senior thesis research related to health care and health policy.

In the News: CMS Updates Its Budget Neutrality Policy
Jan. 26, 2023

CHW affiliate Heather Howard co-authored an article examining new policy from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Class Close-up: Looking to Pandemics Past to Plan the Future
Jan. 18, 2023

Princeton Alumni Weekly featured Keith Wailoo's Fall 2022 “Making Post-Pandemic Worlds: Epidemic History and the Future" course. 

Measuring "The Good Life" - Alternative Metrics for National Wellbeing
Jan. 9, 2023

This episode of The Princeton Pulse explores the need to look beyond GDP when evaluating a nation's wellbeing.

Visitor Spotlight: Ori Heffetz
Jan. 3, 2023
Written by Aimee Bronfeld, Center for Health and Wellbeing

In this Spotlight, Ori Heffetz, an economist and visiting research scholar at CHW, discusses the multi-faceted dimensions of human welfare.

Keith Wailoo's "Pushing Cool" Makes The New Yorker's 'Best Books of 2022'
Dec. 27, 2022

CHW affiliate Keith Wailoo's latest book, “Pushing Cool,” made The New Yorker’s Best Books of 2022.

Faculty panel talks ‘State of Indigenous Americans’
Dec. 20, 2022

CHW affiliate Noreen Goldman joined a panel discussion covering the disproportionate effects of Covid-19 on Native Americans and other topics related to this population.

Mpala Research Centre hosts U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Meg Whitman ’77
Dec. 13, 2022

Princeton academic leaders and administrators recently visited the University’s Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, and were joined by U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Meg Whitman ’77.

Study Links Administrative Burdens to Pre-Pandemic Drop in Child Health Insurance Coverage
Dec. 7, 2022

Research by CHW Co-Director Janet Currie and her colleagues reveals that administrative burdens reduced child health insurance coverage prior to the pandemic.