University of Nebraska Medical Center

Opportunities for Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Internship Opportunities

Public Health faculty frequently have opportunities for undergraduate students to serve in internship positions for research and community work. Undergraduate students interested in learning more information about the availability of positions should email Ronald Glenn or email the college.

Public Health Early Admissions Student Track

PHEAST is a pathway program for the health professions created to find, train, and graduate enthusiastic public health professionals devoted to enhancing population health outcomes in Nebraska. The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health, the University of Nebraska Kearney, and the Nebraska state college system (Chadron State College, Peru State College, and Wayne State College) have joined forces to create this program. The initiative demonstrates a commitment and attention to Nebraskan education. 

How to Apply to the Early Admissions Track 

Summer Undergraduate Research Program

The summer undergraduate research program provides summer opportunities for undergraduate students to become members of research teams and discover first-hand the broad spectrum of research activities occurring at UNMC.

The College of Public Health hosts these students each summer to work as part of faculty research teams on a broad array of public health research topics. Students will experience a 10-week full-time research placement, receive a stipend and attend enrichment seminars.

How to Apply to the Summer Research Program