UMD-HBCU Graduate Mentoring Scholarship Fund in Anthropological & Community Health Sciences
The worldwide economic crisis. Crime and terrorism. Climate change. Transitions in populations and governments. These are among the critical challenges facing humanity, and the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is working to be the solution. Faculty and students explore individual and group behavior, as well as how the mind and body work. They examine and improve political, social, legal and economic institutions—and provide these institutions with valuable data. They introduce important cultural conversations. Your support can bolster their efforts in D.C., Annapolis and around the world to investigate issues, inform policy, promote peace and shape the future. By funding scholarships, you can help students become engaged campus and global citizens, whether interning with nonprofits or government agencies or by conducting service projects abroad.