Montana INBRE Public Health Internship Applications Due
- Friday, September 15, 2017
- A.J.M. Johnson Hall, 217 - view map
Applications for MSU Undergraduate Public Health Internships are due Friday, September 15th by 5:00 p.m.
Students studying in fields as diverse as the arts, social sciences, veterinary sciences, health care, natural sciences, and engineering are eligible for this paid research program.
The purpose of the INBRE Public Health Research Internship Program is to expose a wide range of undergraduate students to the field of public health and to introduce common tools used to investigate and solve these issues. By gaining research experience with professionals on the front lines of public health and health-disparities work, we intend for students to become better informed and active citizens, as well as consider pursuing careers that address health- and wellness-related issues.
For additional information, contact Bill Stadwiser: firstname.lastname@example.org