The Henry Anderson III Graduate Student Award in Environmental and Occupational Public Health supports graduate students pursuing research in those areas. Preference will be given to students in the schools of Medicine and Public Health, Pharmacy, Nursing and Veterinary Medicine, as well as those pursuing local and international environmental public health projects. GHI will grant $5,375 for the duration of a year. The grant was offered for the first time in 2018. Use this link for application information. And use this link for the GHI Title page, including abstract.
Applications are due March 10, 2023.
Climate justice perspectives and strategies implemented by public health nurses and community partners
Jessica LeClair, .S., MPH, doctoral student, School of Nursing; Principal Investigator: Susan Zahner, School of Nursing
Health, climate and agriculture: A case study of Brazil’s Amazon and Cerrado biomes
Kaitlyn Sims, doctoral candidate, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics
Effects of Racial Disparities on Mental Health in Low-Resource Populations
Principal Investigator: Hannah Olson-Williams, Department of Epidemiology, SMPH
HEALTH OUTCOMES OF DIARRHEAL DISEASE IN WATER-LIMITED CONDITIONS: CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA’S DROUGHT AS A CASE STUDY
Principal Investigator: Nicholas Spoerk, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine and Public Health
MAHERY Vaccine Campaign
Laurel Myers, DVM/MPH candidate, School of Medicine and Public Health and School of Veterinary Medicine