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Maya Thirkill, a senior at Spelman College, plans a career in epidemiology and thanks the Injury Science REU Program at CIRP for helping her choose a career path.
Learn why CIRP is focusing its outreach efforts on Historically Black Universities and Colleges (HBCUs) to connect STEM students with the Injury Science REU Program.
Today we are pleased to welcome a guest blog post from Kendall Seigworth, MPH, a research assistant at Temple University who participated in the Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at CIRP a few summers ago that inspired her to pursue a STEM career.
In this guest blog post, Divya Jain shares her experiences as a peer mentor for Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) students and why she introduced a weekly journal club to keep the students engaged with their research journey.
Read about the undergraduate and graduate student research experiences of Ethan Douglas, MSE that led to his new position as a Senior Policy Analyst for Cars and Product Safety at Consumer Reports in Washington, DC.
Hadley McVeigh, a senior at Gettysburg College, hopes to pursue a career in advertising with a copywriting focus and thanks the Outreach and Advocacy team at CIRP for helping to solidify her chosen career path.
In this guest blog post from Ethan Douglas, BS, learn about the Injury Science REU Program’s Peer Mentorship component from a student’s perspective.
Learn how CIRP researchers mentor and coach students as they take on an active role in academic research to help improve pediatric injury prevention.
Today we welcome a guest blog post from Julia Vanni, who completed a six-month co-op with the CHOP concussion research team in 2015 and recently graduated from Northeastern University with a BS in Health Science. She describes her experience as a co-op intern and her Capstone project on concussion recovery.
Ridhi Sahani plans to pursue a PhD in Biomechanical Engineering at the University of Virginia and shares why the Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program helped her prepare for the future.