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IPE Fellowships and Scholarships

Interprofessional Practice and Education Fellowships

Students can become Interprofessional Practice and Education Fellows, working with faculty and staff to:

  • Provide¬†formative feedback on student assignments
  • Manage¬†and report grades
  • Participate in program evaluation
  • Assist with events
  • Conduct special projects

IPE Fellows are appointed on a semester-by-semester basis. Fellows work 10-15 hours per week. Compensation ranges from $13-$18/hour.

Interested candidates should contact Derrick Wyman at derrick.wyman@osumc.edu or Andrea Pfeifle at andrea.pfeifle@osumc.edu.

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Graduate Research Assistant

The Office of Interprofessional Practice and Education is seeking graduate or upper-level undergraduate students to apply for research assistant responsibilities, including:

  • Collect and manage assessment and evaluation data,
  • Use descriptive statistics to summarize data
  • Develop evaluation reports related to educational modules
  • Assist with subject matter research for meetings
  • Prepare, develop, and disseminate findings
  • Collaborate on writing projects with faculty

An interprofessional faculty team will mentor the student. Work is expected to begin in October and continue through the summer. Candidates must be able to devote an average of 15 hours per week to this role. The RA can do most of the work remotely via Zoom. Compensation ranges from $13-$18/hour.

Interested candidates should contact Derrick Wyman at derrick.wyman@osumc.edu or Andrea Pfeifle at andrea.pfeifle@osumc.edu.

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Student Assistants

The Office of Interprofessional Practice and Education is seeking students to apply for Student Assistant responsibilities, including:

  • Provide general support to Interprofessional Practice and Education programs
  • Support data collection and analysis for research, evaluation, and reporting
  • Assist with subject matter research for meetings, preparation, and development of presentations
  • Event preparation and implementation services
  • Assist with special projects

The student will report to the Office of Interprofessional Practice and Education Administrative Director. Work is expected to begin in October and will continue through the summer. Multi-year employment is possible. Candidates must be able to devote an average of 15 hours per week to this role. Compensation will range from $12-$16/hour, depending on skill set and prior experience. Most of the work will be on-site at The Ohio State University Columbus campus, but on occasion, remote work will be possible.

Interested candidates should contact Derrick Wyman at derrick.wyman@osumc.edu or Andrea Pfeifle at andrea.pfeifle@osumc.edu.

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Minimum Qualifications

Qualified Fellow applicants must be currently enrolled at OSU. No prior experience is required but for paid positions, prior research and evaluation and or instructional design coursework or experience are helpful. All paid Fellows must complete a background check and may be required to complete a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen.

Scholarships

There are no scholarship application processes open at this time.