Nicotine and Tobacco Research Mentored Fellowship

The one year fellowship is designed to enhance student skills and competencies

in tobacco-related research and provide an opportunity for hands-on faculty mentored experiences for students. The fellowship is directly connected to a faculty research project that will lead to a grant submission.


Learning Opportunities for Students

The CST offers classes that aim to strengthen the research workforce and prepare students to compete for jobs that directly address the tobacco epidemic. Through classes such as Tobacco

Prevention and Control and Community Organizing for Health, students will not only enhance their knowledge of tobacco control, but also improve their problem-solving, analytical, communications, ethical, and collaborative skills to address tobacco use and exposure in multiple settings.