Visiting Student Diversity Scholarship

At this time, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is following AAMC guidelines regarding visiting student rotations.

The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine warmly welcomes fourth-year medical students with an interest in Emergency Medicine from all across the nation; our excellent faculty are dedicated to sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm for the specialty. The Department encourages qualified underrepresented medical students (URM) seeking external emergency medicine rotations to apply for our diversity scholarship for visiting students.

The mission of the scholarship is to expose minority medical students from underrepresented backgrounds to the training program in the Department of Emergency Medicine. The award aims to increase the number of minority trainees in the emergency medicine residency program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and in the specialty of emergency medicine in general.

Undergraduate Symposium

Program Benefits:

  • $1500 stipend to be used toward travel, housing, and/or application and elective fees
  • Mentorship & networking - scholars are assigned faculty and senior resident mentors
  • Guaranteed consideration for residency interview at UW
  • Departmental Standardized Letter of Evaluation (SLOE)

Program Overview:

Rotations are four weeks in duration and are available to full-time, fourth-year medical students who are in good standing and currently enrolled in an LCME-accredited U.S. medical school during the summer term.

Application Process:

This competitive scholarship is open to underrepresented fourth-year medical students who have expressed interest in applying to the University of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Applications will be accepted through July 1st.

To apply, please submit the following items and/or questions about the scholarship or application process to Niki Hagen, Clerkship Coordinator, at nrhagen@medicine.wisc.edu.

  • Completed scholarship application
  • Letter of intent
  • Letter of support from core Clerkship Director (500 words)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Unofficial transcript
  • Step 1 score report

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