What is INSPIRE?
How does INSPIRE work?
WHAT IS INSPIRE?
An Interactive Novel Support Program for Innovation, Research and Entrepreneurship aimed to address population health challenges of the 21st century by enhancing academic and non-academic skills of students during their field practicum, research thesis or experiential learning.
“Obstruction is Opportunity and Innovation is Struggle”
Dr. Ashish Joshi
WHAT PROBLEMS DOES INSPIRE ADDRESS?
HOW DOES INSPIRE WORK?
Mentorship is an integral component of INSPIRE and provides students with an opportunity to gain field experience, conduct primary research, engage in real world technological innovations and design, implement and evaluate solutions to enhance well-being of individuals, communities and the environment they live in. In addition, students gain employable skills such as leadership, effective communication, team-building, project management, budget planning, and manuscript writing.
Every year, a diversity of students representing different colleges and majors, collaborate with our alumni and faculty as interns to gain real world experience, in the field of data collection Population Health and Public Health Initiatives.
Mentorship is center to our Internship Program, letting our interns discover subject related specialties applicable in work place especially in the field of Population Health, with hands-on experiences.
Enhance your skills by exploring opportunities in the areas of
Population and Public Health
Design, Develop and Evaluate Health Technology Interventions
Digital Innovations for Social Good
Population Health Outcomes Research
Field Data Collection
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Community Based Participatory Research
Health Behavior Modification
Inspire fellows mentored
US, Canada, Nigeria, Nepal
20+ National Universities
75% Women trainees