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Public Health Scholarships

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Stipend /  Educational-fund /  Public Health /  PHD Degree /  Award /  Masters Degree

Several partial master's scholarships are awarded annually through the Dean's Office drawn from endowed scholarships, Dean's Grants, department resources, and other scholarship funds. There is no separate application process for academic scholarships. Partial scholarship funding is based on a combination of merit, need, and other endowment requirements.

The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) is also a useful resource for options on financing your degree.

A limited number of full scholarships including tuition and an annual stipend for four years are available through the Dean’s Research Council to support doctoral study.

Hudson College of Public Health Scholarships

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Public Health /  Award /  American Indian or Native /  African American

The Hudson College of Public Health is pleased to provide scholarship opportunities for currently enrolled and prospective students. All scholarships are awarded in the summer and disbursed at the beginning of the fall and/or spring term.

Scholarships are made possible through our Scholarship Honorees as endowed accounts, with a continuing commitment from the College in support of their outstanding students who strive to balance home, work, and school.

The following are the scholarships offered by the Hudson College of Public Health Scholarships for Current Students

  • Advisory Board Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Azimi Family Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Dr. Rod and Shirley Bradley Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Edward N. Brandt Jr. Scholarship-two $2,500 scholarships
  • Dale W. Bratzler Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Burns-Schaiff Scholarship -one $2,500 scholarship
  • Calvey Family Scholarship -one $2,500 scholarship
  • Ronald L. Coleman Scholarship -one $2,500 scholarship
  • ConocoPhillips Occupational and Environmental Health Endowed Scholarship -two $2,500 scholarships
  • Roy B. Deal Jr. Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • David J. Falcone Memorial Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Rosetta Fisher Student Scholarship through the Hudson College of Public Health Alumni Association-two $2,500 scholarships
  • James N. George Scholarship in Biostatistics and Epidemiology-one $2,500 scholarship
  • CMDR Edmund H. Gleason Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Claudia Griffith Memorial Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Hudson Family Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Brent Hurd Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Johnson Family Scholarship -one $2,500 scholarship
  • Robert W. Ketner Scholarship-one $2,500 scholarship
  • Elisa T. Lee Scholarship- one $2,500 scholarship
  • Dan J. Macer Scholarship-three $2,500 scholarships (provided for two academic years)
  • OU Giving Day Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Diane E. Riggert Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Kathleen A. Shaver Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Julie A. Stoner in Biostatistics Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • J.C. Watts Family Health and Wellness Scholarship –one $2,500 scholarship
  • Tulane University Peace Corps and Fulbright Scholarship

    Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Stipend /  Public Health /  PHD Degree /  Masters Degree

    The Tulane University Peace Corps and Fulbright Initiative is making graduate study more accessible to U.S. Peace Corps volunteers (PCVs) and Fulbright student grantees called back from international placements because of concerns over the spread of COVID-19.

    As a university with a strong tradition of public service and global studies, Tulane is offering tuition scholarships of up to 25 to 50% toward the entire cost of degree programs of particular interest to returning Peace Corps volunteers and Fulbright student grantees. In some cases, these Peace Corps and Fulbright student grantees may be combined with additional Tulane sources, resulting in even greater financial support, including full tuition plus stipends for some Ph.D. programs. This significant scholarship initiative is being offered for summer, fall, or spring.

    This initiative also features an expedited admission process for returning PCVs and Fulbright student grantees, including a promise that applications for summer and fall will be reviewed and decisions rendered within 10 business days of submission of all requested application materials.

    Participating Tulane programs are located both at Tulane campuses in New Orleans and through online/remote programs.

    Fulbright-Fogarty Fellowships in Public Health

    Categories are  Fellowship /  Grants  tagged  Public Health /  Award /  American Indian or Native /  Research /  Masters Degree

    The Fulbright-Fogarty Fellowships are offered through a partnership between the Fulbright Program and the Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. These awards were established to promote the expansion of research in public health and clinical research in resource-limited settings.

    The Fogarty International Center, NIH, will provide support to the research training site and may provide orientation for the fellows at the NIH. In addition, NIH will provide a pre-departure orientation for selected Fellows in Washington, DC.