The Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI) is excited to offer two summer programs for students working with IHPI faculty members over the summer. IHPI’s summer student programs begin in early June and run through the end of July, with a Lunch-and-Learn presentation and a student skill building seminar taking place each week. If you are interested in registering for any of the Lunch-and-Learn or Skill Building Seminars please RSVP to Emma Steppe, Project Associate Manager.
The Student Lunch-and-Learn Series is designed to provide an opportunity for students to learn more about the educational and professional experiences of IHPI members. Each one-hour lunch session will be co-hosted by 2 to 3 IHPI faculty members who will informally share their educational and professional experiences with a group of up to 15 students. Q & A and discussion are encouraged.
The Student Skill Building Seminar Series is a new program designed to engage students in topics that are meaningful and beneficial to their professional and educational development. Each one-hour seminar will focus on a different topic, and can accommodate up to 20 students.