practicum site preceptor
Dr. Ingram is currently accepting practicum and student interns looking for integrated behavioral and public health experience. Dr. Ingram has worked with students from Yale University, School of Public Health, Emory University, School of Public Health, and Winston Salem State University.
Practicum and Interns students are currently working remotely.
The research scholar program has two tracks: Scholar-Practitioner and Community Health Practitioner training programs for students looking for research scholarship development.
Scholar-Practitioner Training Program
Training for graduate-level students in clinical programs (social work, counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology) seeking advanced training in the practical application of scholarly knowledge and translational science.
Community Health Practitioner Program
Training for graduate-level public health scholars interested in community engagement in practice and fostering scholarly activities. Community Health Practitioner Trainees (CHPTs) work will include creating safe spaces for community advocacy and community health policy development.
Collective Training Model
SPTs and CHPTs will work closely together as interdisciplinary team members in partnership to advance the Institute's research and development program initiatives. Scholars are expected to disseminate findings through conferences, publications, and no traditional academic settings (i.e., churches, community forums, schools, town hall meetings).
Scholars receive specialized training in social justice advocacy.