Applicants for the Summer Program Must:
- Be A US citizen or permanent resident (proof of permanent residency must be provided)
- Be one or more of the following:
A member of a group that is underrepresented in graduate education (African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaskan Natives, Pacific Islander or Multiracial/Biracial)
A first-generation college student (neither parent nor legal guardian has a bachelor’s degree)
A low-income student as defined by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Carry health insurance during the 6 weeks of the Summer Program. No exceptions.
Ideal Applicants for the Summer Program Should:
- Have a strong background and interest in quantitative subjects such as mathematics, statistics, or computer science
- Be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or better, and have completed coursework in calculus
- Be a student interested in pursuing graduate studies in public health, biostatistics, or epidemiology
- Completed Application Form
- Official Transcript(s)
- Two Recommendation Letters
- preferably from faculty members who can attest to the applicant’s overall suitability for research, motivation, and classroom performance
- Personal Statement
- describing background, experience and reason for interest in the program (1,000 words or less)
Completed application form and supporting materials for the Summer Program must be postmarked by FEBRUARY 15, 2014.
The Summer Program Committee meets in March. Decision letters will be mailed to applicants in April. The program typically accepts 12 participants.