Arnold School of Public Health

Complete Scholarship Name Application Deadline Date Contact Name Contact Phone Number Contact E-mail Address
ASPH Computer Lab Scholarship N N/A Sandy Besley 803.777.5034 sbbesley@mailbox.sc.edu
Eligible student must have Graduate student Work Study and willing to work in the ASPH computer Lab.
CCCR's Minority Fellowship Yes N/A Kendra McBride 803.777.1231 mcbridek@mailbox.sc.edu
Award: $5000 fellowships to support cancer research Eligibility: Underserved minority graduate student at USC working on a dissertation project related to cancer research Application Process: -A faculty member will provide a 1 page letter of support -The nominated student will provide an NIH style biosketch and a 1 page description of the research project and how this fellowship will be utilized to benefit their research and career. Send nominations to Doug Pittman (pittman@sccp.sc.edu) Note: Please let us know if you are attempting to recruit a high achieving student from Fall 2014. Thanks to: Delecia LaFrance, Lucia Pirisi-Creek, Daniel Littlefield, Bert
Environmental Health Sciences (ENHS) Start-up Lab Scholarship No N/A Gloria Wilson glwilson@mailbox.sc.edu
Eligible student must have Graduate Student Work Study and willing to work in ENHS start-up lab.
HPEB Alumni Fellowship Fund No Rolling deadline Keith Painter 803.777.6558 kpainter@mailbox.sc.edu
Supports fellowships in the Department of Health Promotion, Education and Behavior
Michael D. Jarrett Scholarship Fund No May 1 of each year Debra Brown 803.576.6550 browndg@mailbox.sc.edu
Michael D. Jarrett Scholarship is the highest award given to a MPH student in the Department of Health Services Policy and Management. The scholarship is competitive among students with a GPA of 3.5 or better, who demonstrate a commitment to public health and demonstrate a high potential for leadership.
Mary Elizabeth Newton Fellowship in HPEB No N/A Keith Painter 803.777.6558 kpainter@mailbox.sc.edu
Student pursuing a doctoral degree in the Department of Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior who is committed to improving the health and well-being of all citizens of South Carolina. Awarded preferably to a South Carolinian.
Norman J. Arnold School of Public Heath Fellowship Award (N) Graduate Director recommendation only. N/A Sandy Besley 803.777.5034 sbbesley@mailbox.sc.edu
3.5 GPA (Within current USC Program) Fulltime Doctoral Student in Public Heath
Palmetto Health Alliance African-American Scholarship No N/A Debra Brown 803.777.3332 browndg@mailbox.sc.edu
Awarded to African-American students accepted in the MHA program. Students must have undergraduate GPA and GRE/GMAT scores, letters of recommendation, career goal statement and leadership potential as evidenced by the student's resume.
Doctoral Student Offers / Start-Up Funds No N/A Keith Painter 803.777.6558 kpainter@mailbox.sc.edu
Awards will be based upon scientific merit and potential contribution of student's current research activity to the discipline of health promotion/education.
Winona B. Vernberg Bicentennial Fellowship (N) Graduate Director recommendation only. N/A Sandy Besley 803.777.5034 sbbesley@mailbox.sc.edu
Awarded to a worthy graduate student pursuing a masters degree in the Arnold School of Public Health.
World Bank Nigeria No M. Mahmud Khan, PhD 803.777.9928 mkhan@mailbox.sc.edu
PhD Doctoral Student in Health Services Policy and Management working on research project with M. Mahmud Khan, PhD
AFLAC Fellowship Fund No N/A Latoya Townes / Jennifer O'Neill 803.777.2185 / 803.777.1004 ljfrazi@mailbox.sc.edu / oneilljr@mailbox.sc.edu
Eligibility Criteria: Acceptance or current enrollment in the MPH-PAPH program. Incoming and current MPH-PAPH students, regardless of graduate assistantship status, are eligible for fellowship. Priority will be given to South Carolina residents.

Application and Selection Process: To apply for the fellowship, the student must submit a 1-page personal statement indicating their career goals to Dr. Jennifer O'Neill, Director of the MPH-PAPH program. This is in addition to the regular program application packet. The MPH-PAPH Advisory Board will review applications yearly and decide recipients.

Recipients of the fellowship will be expected to: Remain in good academic standing throughout the program. Complete at least 20 hours of community service related to physical activity and public health per semester.
Health Policy Research Support Endowment Fund No No deadline, based on student progress towards degree. M. Mahmud Khan, PhD 803.777.9928 Mkhan@mailbox.sc.edu
MPH, MHA or doctoral students of the department who demonstrate commitment to health services research.
Dr. Suzan Boyd Doctoral Fellowship Fund No N/A M. Mahmud Khan, PhD 803.777.9928 mkhan@mailbox.sc.edu
Doctoral student in the Department of Health Services Policy and Management
Health Services Research Endowment Scholarship No No deadline, based on student progress towards degree. M. Mahmud Khan, PhD 803.777.9928 mkhan@mailbox.sc.edu
Mph, MHA or doctoral students of the department who demonstrates commitment to health services research.
Arnold School of Public Health Dean's Office Scholarship No N/A Sandy Besley 803.777.5034 sbbesley@mailbox.sc.edu
Graduate student working within the ASPH Dean's Office is only eligible for this award.
CERortho Fellowship No N/A Melanie Cozad, PhD 803.777.9331 mcozad@mailbox.sc.edu
Graduate student with a GPA of 3.5 or better working on orthopaedic research in the Center for Effectiveness Research in Orthopaedics.
Cindy Babb Moore Fellowship Fund No N/A Debra G. Brown 803.576.6550 browndg@mailbox.sc.edu
Student pursuing graduate degrees in the field of Rural Health Management at USC.
Environmental Health Sciences (ENHS) Lab Scholarship No N/A Gloria Wilson 803.777.8940 glwilson@mailbox.sc.edu
Eligible student must have Graduate Student work study and be willing to work in ENHS lab.
Ann Cassady Endowed Fellowship Yes October 15th and February 15th annually Dr. Brie Turner-McGrievy 803.777.3932 brie@sc.edu
The Ann Cassady Endowed Fellowship honors Ann’s life by providing financial support for the training, research, and professional development of HPEB master degree students.

Eligibility
• Currently enrolled as a student in a HPEB masters program
• Successful completion of 12 credithours in the HPEB program.
• Be in good academic standing.

Allowable Costs
• Seed money to assist with data collection and/or analysis of MSPH thesis research (e.g., computer software, incentive money to participants, production of surveys and materials, and other materials not listed here)
• Money to attend workshops and summer institutes that will enhance the student’s public health training (e.g., pre-conference workshops, CDC training, software training, grant proposal training, etc.)
• Money to defray cost of travel associated with the practicum
• Costs associated with conference travel when the student is the presenter
Butterfoss Community-Based Research Endowed Fellowship Yes September 30th and February 15, annually. Dr. Brie Turner-McGrievy 803.777.3932 brie@sc.edu
Eligible student must currently be enrolled in the HPEB masters or doctoral program with a focus on community-based research.