Sloane Burke is an associate professor in the Public Health Program in the Health Sciences Department at CSUN. She is affiliate faculty of the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing and RIMI (Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions). She is involved with Latino health research projects specifically for Latino migrant farmworkers, Latina women, and elderly Latinos. She is also involved in college health for young women. Students who participate in Dr. Burke’s research will experience “real world settings” by assisting with research design, instrument development, data collection in various field work community settings, data analysis (both qualitative and quantitative), and dissemination of research findings via publications, presentations at national public health conferences, and future grant application submissions.