The Center for Public Health Practice & Research welcomes and encourages graduate students enrolled in the Master of Public Health program to be involved in Center activities to enrich their practicum experience and capstone project. Graduate students across disciplines who are interested in public health can contact the Center for potential opportunities to participate and contribute to Center activities.

Undergraduate students may also be involved in Center activities upon recommendation of faculty advisors, resources to support their involvement, and availability of studies and projects.

Alyson Scullin
Alyson Scullin, while a VT MPH student and CPHPR Graduate Research Assistant, presented the results of a heroin and prescription drug needs assessment at a legislators round table in Roanoke, VA on November 10, 2016.