GPHAP supports a variety of Fellowship and research assistant positions that pay stipends to students. By providing funding for the initial work, GPHAP connects students to faculty involved with health related activities to provide valuable experiences in the real world, giving students an opportunity to apply their skills and learn new ones. All but the Brown Fellowship fulfill the requirement for the GPHAP Practicum.
GPHAP encourages collaboration between students and faculty interested in health administration and policy. To this end, GPHAP supports a variety of paid Fellowship and research assistant positions. Opportunities include:
- Ray E. Brown Fellowships
- Carl A. Erikson Fellowships
- Arthur Quern Fellowships
- Research Assistantships