Global Health Council Members

The Global Health Council will be made up of representatives from each of the 16 colleges at UF. The Dean of each college will be invited to nominate a representative for the Council. A Steering Committee will guide the efforts of the Global Health Council.  The Steering Committee will be made up 6-8 members who are dedicated to the ongoing efforts and responsible for the day-to-day activities of the GHC.  The Steering Committee will be comprised of the Dean of the UFIC, the UFIC Health Sciences Faculty Liaison, and 4-6 additional members who may or may not be the representatives of their College. Anyone interested (faculty, students, staff, etc.) may attend meetings, receive email updates, etc.; only Global Health Council members and Steering Committee members will hold voting privileges. 

Non-Health Sciences

Health Sciences

  • Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Business Administration
  • Design, Construction and Planning
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Fine Arts
  • Health and Human Performance
  • Journalism and Communications
  • Law
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Dentistry
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Pharmacy
  • Public Health and Health Professions
  • Veterinary Medicine

Global Health Council Membership, 2014

 College

Representative

Agricultural and Life Sciences
 Business Administration Jon Hamilton
 Design, Construction and Planning Sherry Ahrentzen
 Education  
 Engineering  
 Fine Arts Jill Sonke
 Health and Human Performance Jay Bernhart
 Journalism and Communications Ted Spiker (alt: Debbie Treise)
 Law Winston P. Nagan
 Liberal Arts and Sciences Rick Rheingans
 Dentistry Indraneel "Neel" Bhattacharyya 
 Medicine David Wood (alt: Maureen Goodenow)
 Nursing Jane Houston
 Pharmacy Sven Normann
 Public Health and Health Professions Mike Perri
 Veterinary Medicine Jorge Hernandez

Glenn Morris – Emerging Pathogens Institute
Greg Gray – One Health
Abe Goldman – Center for African Studies
Phillip Williams – Center for Latin American Studies
Glenn Galloway – Masters in Development Practice
Alice Freifeld – Center for European Studies