I’ve known I wanted to go to the U of M since I was in the fifth grade. My passion for people and interest in health care led me to a kinesiology major, an autism spectrum disorder certificate from the Department of Educational Psychology, and a neuroscience minor.
Gillian Dahl, '20
Explore the leadership minor.
You don't have to wait until graduate school to be involved with world-class research. Learn about CEHD labs and centers with undergraduate opportunities, as well as University-wide programs.
From the CEHD Undergraduate Student Board, to major-specific organizations, find out more ways to connect with your peers.Visit the Undergraduate Diversity, Community, and Belonging website for more ways to connect.
Internships are opportunities to try out a career, gain professional experience, and develop your network beyond CEHD.
Connect with the community through volunteerism and service learning. Whether it is important to you to address a community problem, work for a worthy cause, or develop as a person, volunteering can be extremely rewarding!