The Research Mentorship committee was established in the Fall of 2017 to address a gap between resources and opportunities for research and the ability of undergraduates (and especially those who have been historically underrepresented in research as a field) to access them. We connect undergraduate students interested in public health research with research mentors. If you are passionate about public health and the ability to make a real difference in the undergraduate public health community, we highly encourage you to apply to be a part of this committee!
- Connect undergraduate students interested in public health with research opportunities by working with Graduate Students, professors and PIs doing work in public health related fields
- Offer opportunities for students to network
- Offer opportunities for students to understand and gain exposure to research in different fields of public health
Jennifer Tan, Cal UPHC External Vice President