The Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health is partnering with four universities in China and South Korea and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) based in Vienna, Austria to enhance research, teaching and overall public health practice across the globe.

The five-year agreements lay the groundwork for faculty and student exchanges as well as joint teaching, research and outreach with Nanchang University, Wuhan University and Xiamen University in China and the Daejeon Health Institute of Technology in the Republic of Korea.

The school also signed a three-year agreement with the IAEA to assist in capacity building in public health nutrition for the IAEA and its member states around the globe through projects that will include joint research activities and the development of training and educational materials in public health research methods.