Summer Institute Registration & Pricing

The Summer Institute is closed for 2022. We will post new dates and courses in early 2023. In the meantime, sign up to receive more information. 

Important Dates

Registration Closes: TBD
Institute Begins: TBD
Institute Ends: TBD


Register for at least 4 workshops and receive 25% off the total price 

Faculty/Staff Pricing
Per Workshop: TBD

Student Pricing
Per Workshop: TBD

To qualify for student pricing you must be enrolled in a degree program. 


If You Cancel Between These Dates Refund
TBD            TBD


Have questions about the Summer Institute? Contact us.

2022 Summer Institute BRIDGE Scholarship

Are you a current or recent minority-identifying undergraduate? Are you looking to learn about population health? Apply for the Summer Institute BRIDGE (Building Research Inclusion and Diversity in Graduate Education) Scholarship!

  • The deadline to apply for this fully-funded scholarship has closed. Please check back in early 2023 for the new application date.
  • Recipients will be determined by a departmental committee made up of DEI-trained faculty (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion).
  • Scholarship recipients will be given a discount code to use when registering.
  • Those who do not receive a scholarship are welcome to register for the 2022 Summer Institute as paid attendees at the discounted student pricing.

Who’s Eligible?

Full-time undergraduate minority-identifying students or recent graduates (within 3 years of receiving their bachelor’s degree) that come from a background that is underrepresented in graduate study. Applicants should have a demonstrated and sustained commitment to diversity through their professional experience, volunteer engagement, or leadership of student or community organizations. A commitment to diversity may include efforts to reduce health; social; educational; or economic disparities based on race, ethnicity, or gender. 

How to Apply?

Email a 500-word personal statement that outlines how the 2022 Summer Institute will facilitate your training and career. You should also identify a Duke Pop Health faculty member whose research closely aligns with your career goals.

Get more information on the BRIDGE Scholarship.