Programs and Projects


The Quantitative Public Health Data Literacy Training is a 4 week bootcamp aimed to educate and increase data literacy among non-academic audiences. The goal is to empower community members to be informed and literate users and consumers of data.



The Research and Racial Equity (RARE) Summer Internship Program is an 8- week summer internship program for underrepresented undergraduate and graduate students. This program will immerse students in research that focuses on racial and health equity. Students will also be provided with mentorship from faculty, peer mentorship, and both professional and educational development opportunities.


The Community Research Fellows Training Program is a comprehensive 17-week public health research training course. The overall goal of the program is to equip community members with the tools and resources to examine and address health disparities that exist among communities of color and medically underserved populations in New York City.


The Emerging Leaders in Quantitative Reasoning Program is an academic partnership between 
New York University School of Global Public Health and the City University of New York /John
Jay College of Criminal Justice. The program is designed to bolster the training of graduate
and undergraduate John Jay students who have a demonstrated interest in quantitative research
methodologies as well as public health and criminal justice.


Participants in the Pathways into Quantitative Aging Research (PQAR) summer program will have an intensive schedule of courses, seminars and research, with enough free time to explore the city of New York on the weekends. For six weeks during the summer, students will receive instruction on quantitative and qualitative research methods, responsible conduct of research (RCR) training as well as GRE-prep. This program is meant to provide students with the skills needed to not only conduct research, but also to apply to and succeed in graduate school.