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Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity Informational Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Guenevere Burke
16:14
welcome!
Timothy
17:16
thanks for hosting this! It's exciting to be here.
Guenevere Burke
17:33
all can see slides and hear audio?
Dell
17:41
Greetings
Timothy
17:43
Yes
BNMB
17:44
yes
allen.jackson-davis
17:45
yes
fernanda loureiro
17:48
yes
iPad (724)
17:49
yes I can see the slides and hear you
Dell
17:51
I am not hearing any sound
Adwoa Wilson
17:53
yes
hp
36:54
Moses joining from Ghana
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
45:56
If anyone has any additional questions, please type them in the chat for everyone to see.
Okey Enyia
46:54
Is part of your admissions policy to hold a slot for current GW doctoral students?
Yousuf Alrawi
46:56
hello
Dell
46:57
Thank you for the pleasant presentation
iPad (724)
46:58
the project should be a new one or one you are working on or about to do ?
John van Bockxmeer
47:04
Thansk for the presentation, apologies for the very fine detail of my question. What is the general time (EST) for the 90 minute sessions as I am in Australia 12 hours behind.
pheydt
47:22
You mentioned mentors. Could you give some examples of who these mentors are?
Jimmy Volmink
47:22
Is there an age restriction for applicants?
Gladys
48:05
Are project evaluation projects allowed in the fellowship
Yousuf Alrawi
48:12
if I’m currently finishing my master but will be back to my work in Sep so will start back in the same field and can get support letter, can I still apply?
maureenmilanga
48:25
Are activists allowed to apply for the fellowship?
Okey Enyia
48:42
Is part of your admissions policy to hold a slot for current GW doctoral students?
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
48:56
@Okey Enia, there is not an admissions policy to hold a slot for current GW doctoral students
Sivan YS
49:15
No audio. Any information on fulfillment of requirements / deliverables during the non-residential period?
Amanda Fehn
49:19
about the type of project - is it possible and aceptable only projects on the field? Like action plan? Or could be a research project whic results are important to the field, stakeholders etc?
Okey Enyia
49:49
Would an example of a project be a presentation at a conference?
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
50:48
@maureenmilange, yes! We are looking for diverse backgrounds that affect health
Kristin
52:03
Is it acceptable for applicants from the U.S. to propose a project that is global in scope, or is it preferred to be focused on their community?
Sivan YS
52:55
Thanks for the nice presentation. Info on timeline and Network was self explanatory!
Margaret Hoogland
53:08
If you lack training in a specific area, but your project would benefit from collaborating with an expert in that area, would it be best to spell out potential collaborators in the proposal?
mbecker
53:18
For the in-person time ...are the dates already available? Where will these sessions be held?
Laura Hein
53:27
Is there funding for the community action project itself?
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
54:13
@Kristin, scope can be both local or global
Kristin
54:59
Thanks! And is it acceptable to have same two individuals submit letters of recommendation and serve as references (as long as at least one of them is a direct supervisor), or should we identify 4 separate individuals?
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
56:21
@mbecker The initial convening and Beyond Flexner Alliance dates are available. The initial and final convening are in D.C, The Beyond Flenxer Alliance is in Phoenix, Arizona, and the mid-year convening is held in Rwanda
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
57:26
@Krisitn, yes this is acceptable, we don't require 4 separate individuals
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
57:47
@Gladys Education/Mentorship programs in are schools allowed
Kristin
01:01:17
Could you please address the optional 60 second video as part of the application? How important is this?
Margaret Hoogland
01:01:27
Thank you!
Atlantic Fellows For Health Equity
01:02:25
That will be our last question. Thank you everyone for your questions!
allen.jackson-davis
01:03:01
Thank you for the presentation.
BNMB
01:03:21
Thank you for your time and this presentation
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01:04:00
Thank you for providing us with a great briefer on the program
Dell
01:04:05
Thank you for the presentation and valuable answers!!
Margaret Hoogland
01:04:10
I appreciate you taking the time to talk about this fellowship opportunity. It sounds like a wonderful program!
Yousuf Alrawi
01:04:25
thank you for taking the time and providing helpful information
Amanda Fehn
01:04:31
Thank you for the presentation
hp
01:04:34
Joined mid way. Can we have the recording? Thank you
iPad (724)
01:04:35
thank you this was helpful
iPhone
01:04:37
thank you
Gladys
01:04:37
thank you for