Pathways into Quantitative Aging Research
During this six week program, students receive instruction on quantitative and qualitative research methods, responsible conduct of research (RCR) training as well as GRE-prep. Student gain the skills needed to not only conduct research, but also to apply to and succeed in graduate school. Students engage in aging related topics/ research through their coursework, small group projects, seminars and site visits to various Public Health organizations in New York City.
Research and Racial Equity (RARE) Program
This eight week program has three goals: (1) Increasing diversity in public health research workforce, (2) fostering health equity in public health research and (3) providing public health research experience to those who have traditionally had limited access. Housed in NYU’s Center for Anti-racism, Social Justice, and Public Health (CASJPH), RARE will provide an immersive experience through research, community work experience, professional and educational workshops, and faculty and peer mentorship.
College and Career Lab (CCL)
This three week program provides high school students with an overview of how social and environmental forces can impact the health of large populations. Students learn about the potential of a career in this field, immerse themselves in curriculum on a variety of topics such as health communications, sustainable food systems, environmental health and climate change, and embark on a number of excursions that allow them to put their lessons into action.