Description: Provides an overview as well as hands-on experience with the processes associated with writing for scholarly publication, applying for external research funding in the areas of health equity, disability, and psychosocial health, and disseminating scholarly work across broad audiences. Students will gain exposure, increase knowledge, and develop skills essential for conceptualizing, writing and preparing scholarly articles as well as grant proposals for a variety of federal funding agencies as well as foundations and community-based funders. Emphasizes ways of incorporating (a) community-based research methodologies, (b) interdisciplinary research advances and perspectives, and (c) stakeholder involvement in proposal development and ultimately in carrying out and disseminating funded research. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Fall 2022
Admission to Interdisciplinary Health PhD