Robin Mockenhaupt Endowed Student Award of Public Health Practice
The Robin Mockenhaupt Endowed Student Award of Public Health Practice fund provides support to graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Public Health for costs associated with accessing the full range of Public Health Practice learning opportunities including classroom, internship/externship, and extracurricular experiences.
As the global coronavirus pandemic evolves, University of Maryland School of Public Health experts are at the forefront of the conversation, helping to correct misinformation, share the latest research on Covid-19 transmission and teach the public how to stay safe.
Now more than ever, your philanthropic support will help us fund student research opportunities, continue to provide educational programming to support growth and attainment, and will help the School reach its mission of serving the greater Maryland community and those abroad on a global scale. All of the funds collected through the SPH Gift Fund will be redirected to fund our COVID-19 interventions, along with supporting any educational programs that will help our students combat this pandemic.
Doctoral Recruiting Current Use Graduate Fellowship in Health Literacy
Alice M. Horowitz, Ph.D. ’92 established the Doctoral Recruiting Current-Use Graduate Fellowship in Health Literacy in June 2022. This fund provides support for doctoral students studying Health Literacy in the School of Public Health.
This fund provides financial support for students for international trips to assess health disparities affecting communities around the world and to create sustainable interventions to address these disparities.
Your gift to this fund will support School of Public Health undergraduate and graduate students with financial need. Support funds their work as well and expands opportunities for students to get the training and education that will help them solve the challenges of public health.
Jeffrey and Michelle Rivest - Deans Council Maryland Promise Scholarship
Gifts to this fund support the Jeffrey and Michelle Rivest Dean's Council Maryland Promise Scholarship. This award, given annually, will support the Maryland Promise program for need-based scholarships to help incoming freshman and transfer students, with preference to those in the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland.
When you give to the Maryland Promise Program scholarships, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation and the University of Maryland