The Robert M. Worth Epidemiology Scholarship Fund was established by his wife Annie, his son Jonathan and other family and friends to provide tuition assistance to full-time students in a JABSOM graduate degree program in epidemiology. The selected recipient(s) will receive up to $2,000 to be used toward tuition costs. Recipients are eligible for scholarship renewal for two years total so long as all criteria are met. Preference shall be given to: 1) American licensed health care professionals with a desire to refocus their careers on a public health track; 2) employees of health departments who desire graduate level academic training in public health to allow them to better serve their communities; and 3) Hawaii state residents.
- Classified student enrolled in a graduate degree program in epidemiology at JABSOM with demonstrated financial need.
- A minimum of two years experience in a health-related field.
- Self-identified commitment to serve the populations of Hawai‘i or a Pacific Island jurisdiction after graduation.
- Registering for full-time status (8+ degree-related credits/6 degree-related credits for graduate assistants/1 credit of PH 800) in Fall 2014.
- A letter of application addressing the scholarship criteria, including a brief financial statement indicating the amount of funds available to you for the Fall 2014 semester as well as the source of your funding.
- A 3-5 page typed, double-spaced essay explaining why you should be selected for this award. Include academic and practical accomplishments as well as future goals and aspirations.
- If relevant, provide a list of publications (conference proceedings, reports, articles), presentations (local, national, international) and awards.
- Awardee(s) will be required to sign a statement confirming that he/she will register for a minimum of 8 degree-related credits in Fall 2014.
Applications must be received by March 28, 2014. Contact OGSAS if you have any questions.
Honors public health students at the doctoral and master’s level with a scholarship of up to $2,000. The award may be used for UHM tuition or for international travel connected with the field-training portion of the academic program. If used for travel, the destination must be a country in the Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health. This scholarship is for UH Manoa public health students only.
- Applicants must be full-time UHM graduate students in public health with a record of outstanding scholastic achievement.
- A three-page essay must be submitted describing what you believe to be the most important current public health issue in Hawai‘i and how it should be addressed.
- If relevant, applicants should also provide a list of publications (conference proceedings, reports, & articles), presentations (local, national, international) and awards.
To apply, the following items must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Student Academic Services (OGSAS) via email (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- The three-page essay (double-spaced);
- A letter of application which includes a list of your publications, presentations and awards, a brief explanation of how the scholarship will be utilized, and authorization for OGSAS to release your UHM transcripts and GPA to the Award Committee.
The application deadline is March 28, 2014. If you have any questions, contact OGSAS.