Princeton juniors: Are you interested in doing a health-related thesis? Would you like to jump-start your research with a summer internship or data collection in the field?
Come and learn about how the Health Scholars Program can support your research.
The Health Scholars Program provides outstanding Princeton students with funding for travel and research to pursue global health-related internships and senior thesis research, both in the U.S. and abroad. This competitive program is open to students from all departments.
Juniors from all departments can apply to the program in the fall semester using the Global Programs System (GPS).
For more information about the program and examples of the projects & students it has supported:
- Attend a short information session on Oct. 20th @ 4:30pm.
- Read about the Class of 2017 Health Scholars.
- Contact [email protected].
The Global & U.S. Health Policy Scholars and Princeton Brazil Global Fellows programs are administered and funded by the Woodrow Wilson School's Center for Health and Wellbeing.