Did you know that the Center for Disabilities is one of three locations for the RISE-UP program?
Do you know a student who may be interested in this unique learning experience?
RISE-UP (Research Initiatives for Students) provides public health training opportunities for undergraduate students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, to encourage and support the pursuit of graduate degrees. A collaboration of Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the program is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. By promoting a more diversified and equal health system, the program strives to introduce highly qualified undergraduate students from under represented groups to the field of public health.
Training takes place at one of three locations:
Learn more about RISE-UP, our mission and our success. Plus, read profiles of two of our students.