Undergraduate Research Funding

The Center for Health and Wellbeing provides funding for Princeton students to explore domestic and international health topics through experiential learning through a number of avenues.

Undergraduates complement and enhance their coursework with field and laboratory research on a wide range of health topics, and with internships that expose them to hands-on implementation of health programs throughout the world.

Current Grant Programs

Health Scholars Program

Provides outstanding Princeton undergraduates with funding for travel and research to pursue health-related internships and senior thesis research--both in the U.S. and around the world. Learn more about the Health Scholars Program.

Identity, Culture and Health in the U.S.

Supports outstanding Princeton undergraduate students doing research or internships on public health issues facing vulnerable populations in the U.S. Eligible focus topics include: domestic health policy, the social determinants of health, and/or the health of marginalized individuals or groups in the U.S.  Learn more about the program.

Health Grand Challenge

Provides grants to Princeton undergraduate students conducting research on multidisciplinary aspects of infectious disease, in the U.S. and overseas. Support includes: thesis research support,  funded internships, and unpaid internship support.

Alyse Wheelock in Peru