The goal of student committees is to promote student engagement on pressing issues that are related to One Health through education, outreach and discussion.
Student committees are typically expected to facilitate one general meeting per semester by leading a discussion, debate, lecture or activity on a topic of choice from a specific committee.
Members of each committee are all expected to contribute to the planning and execution of the annual One Health Student Initiative Conference at Cal, a space meant to engage other students involved in other organizations on campus and to.
Committee members may also participate in developing the curriculum for the One Health Education for Action Decal to be offered in Fall of 2016.
Teams of 4-5 students may collaborate across committees to develop innovative approaches to environmental conservation, human health, public health and compete in the Big Ideas Grant Competition (Blum Center for Developing Economies) as well as the UC Berkeley Global Health Showcase.