Internships Results

    • Rishabh Jain

      Breaking Norms and Improving Lives

      Rishabh Jain

      Jain regularly reached out to the most diverse voices he could find, listening and challenging himself. “People embody the Michigan difference,” Jain says. “Those around me provide different angles on everything from academic to personal interests.” Read more

    • Abilene Emerson

      Helping Keep Michigan Workers Safe

      Abilene Emerson

      Abilene Emerson (MPH Candidate, Environmental Health Sciences) completed an industrial hygiene internship last summer at Bell’s Brewery in Kalamazoo, as the safety intern. In this short video, Abilene describes one of the many health and safety projects she worked on, a noise exposure assessment of all the lines in the massive complex. Read more

    • Danny Gessel

      Improving Access Through Strong Hospital Leadership

      Danny Gessel

      Health Management and Policy student Danny Gessel spent his summer interning at Ambulatory Care Services at Michigan Medicine, helping with the site activation of the new West Ann Arbor Clinic. In this Field Notes, Danny talks about the experience, as well as the importance of hospital administrators in moving healthcare forward. Read more

    • Hannah Eck

      Communicating Health Data to Everyday People

      Hannah Eck

      The subject of our latest Field Notes, Health Behavior and Health Education student Hannah Eck, talks about her health communications internship with JOOL Health, and her passion for translating research for the general public. Read more

    • Julian Roby

      Combining Advocacy, Policy, and Research to Make an Impact in Public Health

      Julian Roby

      Whether he’s working alongside lawmakers in Michigan’s capital, community members in Ohio neighborhoods, or researchers and psychologists in Chilean schools, MPH candidate Julian Roby is putting his public health education into action to become an agent of change around health disparities and health policy. Read more

    • Joel Begay

      Conducting Culturally Competent Public Health Work in Native Communities

      Joel Begay

      Joel Begay’s work with Native communities has provided him valuable insight on how to partner with communities in a way that does not exploit them. As a public health professional, he aspires to help fill gaps around minority health data by collecting and analyzing data while helping tribal governments, health professionals, and other government agencies interpret the data to ultimately improve Indian Country. Read more