Undergraduate Update Newsletter & Mailing List
Undergraduate Update Newsletter
Undergrad Update is a e-newsletter for undergraduate students interested, or enrolled, in the Public Health Sciences Undergraduate Minor. It is a resource that comes directly to you, where you can find:
- updates from the Advising Center on course changes and tips on administrative tasks related to the minor
- spotlights on students, student organizations, and student research
- undergraduate research, internship, scholarship, and job opportunities, both paid and unpaid
- resource articles and videos on honing application and interview skills
- listing of opportunities and deadlines
- listing of upcoming events of interest
Undergrad Update is intended to be not only a resource, but also a dialogue, and we welcome content recommendations. If you are a part of a student organization or have an event you would like to share, please reply to any issue received, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Interclinic Consortium
A collaborative effort that unites the nine UC Davis student-run free clinics. Our purpose is to provide a structure for long-term collaboration and ongoing discussion, tackle challenges faced by each clinic, and ultimately address the common goal of improving service to the underserved population in the greater Sacramento area.
Interclinic Health Desk
The Interclinic Health Desk, which was founded in November 2015, seeks to create a patient-centered support group among the UC Davis student run clinics in order to connect underserved populations to social service resources throughout Sacramento and Yolo County. In its mission to provide for patients’ social needs in a clinical setting, the Interclinic Health Desk allows for student-run clinics to achieve the goal of providing comprehensive care for underserved patients.
Morning Sign Out
A student organization at UC Davis that aims to improve public health and health literacy via the publication of online science articles. In addition to the publications, MSO also strives to provide undergraduate students with various opportunities that will help them develop the necessary skills to be successful as future health and science professionals.
Public Health Club at UC Davis
Furthers interest in public health, teaches students about public health, promotes community service, helps undergraduate students gain networking opportunities, and informs them about careers in public health.