Sunita Kramer is interested in developing curricular and co-curricular experiences to help prepare undergraduate students for careers in global health. She serves as director of the 4+4 BA/MD program that offers a concentration in global health, which is an academic partnership among Rutgers University–New Brunswick Honors College, where Kramer previously was associate dean; Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; and Rutgers Global Health Institute.
As assistant vice provost, Kramer works with academic units to coordinate and develop avenues for undergraduate research across the university and provides leadership and oversight for campus undergraduate-level research and innovation activities across New Brunswick, in general, and specifically as it relates to STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields.
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