Thesis Funding

The Global Health Program encourages and supports original student scholarship on health-related subjects in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

Applications for global-health related thesis funding (for both GHP certificate and non-certificate students) are now closed. The application will reopen in Spring 2020. 

Juniors enrolled in the GHP certificate program may apply for financial support for global health-related summer senior thesis research through the “GHP Summer Thesis Research Funding” opportunity in the Princeton SAFE system, starting in late February.  Awards for GHP student thesis research range up to $2,500. 

Juniors not enrolled in the GHP certificate program may apply for GHP financial support for global health-related summer thesis research through the “Global Health Non-Certificate Summer Thesis Research Funding” opportunity in SAFE, starting in late February.  Awards for non-certificate student thesis research may range up to $1,000 but are contingent on available funds.

All students accepting Global Health Program funding for senior thesis research agree to prepare a research summary poster and present it at the Center for Health and Wellbeing’s Summer Research Symposium in mid-September.

Please contact CHW Program Coordinator Sara Goldman at sarajg@princeton.edu with any questions about senior thesis funding.