Annual Fund provides support for 16 rising stars

November 29, 2010
In 2009, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health for the first time earmarked money from its Annual Fund to provide scholarship assistance to eight of its most outstanding students. This year, thanks to generous donors and friends, the number of scholarship recipients doubled to 16 students, two from each department. Each of the scholars received $5,000.
This year’s Annual Fund scholars are Rachel Bland, Angel Davalos, Christopher Ford, Tyrone Hall, Corey Kalbaugh, Zachary Kerr, Yoon Hie Kim, My-Linh Luong, Eliot Meyer, Sadiya Abdul Muqueeth, Alexander Nance, Mary Paul, Pourab Roy, Nicholas Sullivan, Nicole Taylor and Collin Ward.The Annual Fund traditionally has been one of the most popular ways to support the School and its public health initiatives. To learn more about how to make a difference in students’ lives, visit www.sph.unc.edu/giving or contact Jerry Salak at jerry.salak@unc.edu or (919) 966-0198.

Rachel Bland
Master’s student,
maternal and
child health
Angel de Jesus
Davalos

Doctoral student,
biostatistics
Christopher Ford
Doctoral student,
nutrition
Tyrone Hall
Master’s student,
nutrition
Corey Kalbaugh
Doctoral student,
epidemiology
Zachary Kerr
Doctoral student,
epidemiology
Yoon Hie Kim
Master’s student,
Public Health
Leadership Program
My-Linh Luong
MSPH-PhD student,
health behavior
and health education
Eliot Meyer
Master’s student,
environmental sciences
and engineering
Sadiya Abdul
Muqueeth

Master’s student,
health behavior
and health education
Alexander Nance
Master’s student, health
policy and management
Mary Paul
Master’s student,
maternal and child health
Pourab Roy
Doctoral student,
biostatistics
Nicholas Sullivan
Master’s student, health
policy and management
Nicole Taylor
Master’s student,
Public Health
Leadership Program
Collin Ward
Doctoral student,
environmental sciences
and engineering

 


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