Center for Urban Population Health
The primary purpose of the Center for Urban Population Health (CUPH) and its service learning opportunities is to provide a framework for students to gain direct, supervised volunteer experience in population health research projects.
In addition to gaining valuable experience in population health research, students receive:
- Direct supervision from a CUPH staff person/researcher.
- Opportunities to collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of Center scientists around population health issues.
- Hands-on learning in their area of interest.
- Recognition of contributions in Center communications (such as website, annual report, etc.).
- Notice of community and professional development opportunities.
- Access to library resources across institutions.
- Letter of recommendation upon satisfactory completion of service learning opportunity.
- Possible course credit (upon approval from school administrators).
Service learning opportunities are based on availability of projects.
Students are encouraged to apply if they meet one of the following criteria:
- Student has a letter from their educational institution stating they are required to volunteer or that their work at CUPH completes an educational requirement, or
- Student attends the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
To apply, students should:
- Complete an application form found here.
- Attach a resume or curriculum vita, and submit them electronically to:
David Frazer, MPH
Service Learning Coordinator