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HPEB Undergraduate Research

Are you an undergraduate student interested in conducting research in HPEB? Please complete the form below. 

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Have you attended a “Get started workshop” hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research? Completing a “Get started workshop” will help you explore what sort of research experience you are interested in and help us better match you with a HPEB faculty mentor.
You must complete a “Get started workshop” prior to being matched with a research experience. Please attend this workshop, and upon completion, you may complete the remainder of this form
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When did you attend the “Get started workshop”?
Open the date time chooser
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First, last name
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Email
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Major
Minor
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Phone number
Semester and year of anticipated graduation
The next set of questions will help us identify potential faculty mentors for your research experience. We recognize that some students are looking for intensive research experiences, whereas other students are looking to learn more about what is involved in health promotion research. In that spirit, please answer the questions in a way that most accurately reflects your needs. 
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What best describes the type of research experience you are looking for?
Select up to two
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What type of research skills are you looking to develop? 
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What other research skills interest you?
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How much time can you devote to this research experience?
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Which of the following types of positions are you open to?
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Tell us a little bit about your public health research interests. For example, students are often interested in developing research skills and knowledge about a specific health behavior or outcome (e.g., sexual health, physical activity, nutrition), intervention approach (e.g., health communication, e-health, CBPR), population (e.g., adolescents, women, racial/ethnic minorities), or framework (e.g., social determinants, individual behavior change). Please be as specific as possible in your description so that we can better match you with a research experience. 
Resume/CV (required)
Please attach a resume/CV. If you have questions about preparing a resume/CV, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR), who can provide you with helpful advice.
Writing Sample (required)
Please attach a writing sample. If you have questions about selecting a writing sample to share, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR), who can provide you with helpful advice.
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Have you been in touch with this faculty member?