Summer Residential Enrichment Program

The Summer Residential Enrichment Program (SREP) is designed for college students who have a minimum of ninety semester hours or college graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in public health. Housed at UIC School of Public Health, the Summer Residential Enrichment Program seeks to inspire and prepare underrepresented and economically disadvantaged undergraduate students, college graduates and those changing professions to pursue graduate education and professional degrees in public health.  SREP will use a comprehensive approach focusing on key concepts of public health and will include interaction with mentors who are at the forefront of public health and will stimulate participating students to consider public health as a career option.

 

Aleisha Stingley

2011

Aleishia Stingley

University of Illinois Champagne Urbana Majoring in Community Health

Having a Parent with HIV: Their Children’s Social and Emotional Well-Being

Jovalelis Borges

2011

Jovaelis Borges

University of Illinois at Chicago
Majoring in Nursing

The social and Psychological Factors that Influence Illicit Drug Use Among Pregnant Adolescence: A Comparison of the Literature of the 1990’s and 2000’s