U.S. Health Policy Scholars Program
The U.S. Health Policy Scholars Program will provide outstanding Princeton undergraduates with funding for travel and research to pursue internships and senior thesis research that relate to U.S. health policy. This competitive program, administered by the Center for Health and Wellbeing, is open to students from all departments.
Up to five juniors will be selected each year for the program through a rigorous application and selection process focusing on both academic performance and plans for work and research on health policy issues.
The Scholars are supported by the program through their junior and senior years. Scholars receive financial support to engage in health-related internships or independent research on U.S. health policy in the summer before the senior year, and are expected to write senior theses on topics in U.S. health policy.
The Scholars may also participate in planning health policy seminars and lectures, and they have the opportunity to interact with distinguished speakers during their campus visits.
The application process for 2012 Scholars is now complete.
Students interested in applying to the program in future years should check this website for details in mid- or late September 2013.