1-on-1 learning and original research projects customized around student interests
Those drawn to applied or scalable medicine may be interested in a mentorship studying the prevention of illness, disease, and health care inequalities. Students can create health informatics, explore disaster management, learn the best practices of health communication, and investigate the psychology of public or global health.
The art and science of public health allows students to build collaborative skills, learn to produce new knowledge, and create powerful and innovative solutions to complex, large-scale problems. Students can design campaigns, generate resources to make health information more accessible, or take critical perspectives on controversial or complex public health issues on a nationwide or global scale.