Bloustein students represented on new Rutgers Global Health Institute student council

December 19, 2019

Rutgers Global Health Institute has formed a student council of 52 undergraduate and graduate students from 19 different schools across the university. The council represents the student voice at the institute and will work to foster global health collaboration across Rutgers’ academic disciplines.

Seven Bloustein School students are among the 52 students. They are:

Leah Cherukara
John Hemphill
Shane Meledathu
Kinnary Shah
Wamia Siddiqui
Kajal Talele
Alexandra Zeng

For more information about the student council and photos from the inaugural meeting/event, visit

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