This year-long interdisciplinary course with an English III AP option, places emphasis on gaining a multi-perspective understanding of the world we live in. This comparative study examines the philosophy, history, organization, functions, and results of public health, conservation, and sustainability research and practices. Students will receive an introduction to global health and environmental topics including communicable disease, mental health, maternal and reproductive health, food safety and nutrition, environmental health, sustainable communities, and social entrepreneurship. The content will be presented in the context of current research, labs, case studies, place-based learning, literature, and technology. Topics will evoke ethical, religious, cultural, and medical foundations of thought. Through this course, participants are expected to connect with community partners, conduct research, curate presentations, and develop digital content for their student portfolios. During the Spring Deep Dive, this course will culminate in a required field study with The Young Conservationists at Lewa Conservancy in Kenya.