Donor Impact

Sustain faculty excellence.

The quality of our faculty directly impacts the quality of our graduates, which in turn directly impacts health in Indiana and beyond. You can ensure our students learn from extraordinary faculty by endowing faculty chairs and professorships. Faculty endowments and research support allow our faculty to explore, innovate, and create communities of learning that contribute to healthy people in healthy communities. Support at this level provides a legacy that will impact countless generations to come.

“My research seeks to improve the health and quality of life of historically disadvantaged populations.”

Sula Hood, PhD Assistant Professor Social and Behavior Sciences

Enable student success.

We are building an exciting and diverse program designed to solve myriad health problems in Indiana and around the world. From cancer research and disease prevention to exciting new areas like product stewardship and pharmacoepidemiology, we’re creating the public health training of the future. With your support, we can attract and retain exceptional students who are eager to learn and determined to make a difference.

While drive and determination are important components of graduate studies, the financial stability offered by the scholarship I received is key for students like me in completing our education.

Hadya Sow

Create global leaders.

We serve as both a launching pad and welcome center for tomorrow’s global health leaders. Through our exceptional academic programs and innovative international study opportunities, we send students into the world prepared to learn, experience, and grow as public health and health administration leaders. The future of public health will be determined by the actions we take now.

Your support of these graduate and undergraduate students is setting them on the path toward building a healthier community. Your gifts not only recognize student success, but also demonstrate that it takes all of us to build a community committed to a healthier future. Through these scholarships. we are celebrating that future, and also recognizing the individuals who are making a difference right now, through our alumni awards.

FSPH Scholarship/Fellowship

Yunpeng Yu, Master of Science in Biostatistics

Graduation Date: May 2021

"It is never too late to start a new career for a mom. I made the right choice to go back to school after spending several years staying home taking care of my kids. The scholarship makes me more confident and determined to continue my studies in biostatistics."

Mariam Sylla, Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management, Bachelor of Arts in French Minors: Health Education, Wellness Coaching

Graduation Date: May 2020

"Thank you so much! This means a lot to me and words can’t express my gratitude. I am blessed and this scholarship gives me strength to continue doing what I am doing at school and be better."

Mary Robertson, Master of Public Health

Graduation Date: May 2020

"I am very grateful to have been selected for this opportunity. This scholarship has allowed me to grow professionally by allowing me to dedicate more time to external activities and opportunities as well as become more involved in IUPUI activities."

Rachael Casey, Master of Public Health

Graduation Date: May 2020

"This scholarship means a lot to me because it recognizes my passion for helping others. I want to serve my community through public health and with this scholarship I will be better able to do so."

Caitlin Mark, Master of Public Health

Graduation Date: May 2020

"I have had to take out loans to help finance my education and enable me to attend school full-time while still working as a teaching assistant part-time. This scholarship will lessen the burden I face with the costs of attending school, especially now that I am facing the added costs of a summer term. The money saved from tuition costs with this scholarship will greatly help me in being able to afford basic necessities while I attend school."

May’s Family Rise Scholarship

Amadou Sylla, Bachelor of Science in Public Health

Graduation Date: May 2020

"This scholarship will help to accomplish my goal of studying epidemiology. Because of my work, I have to spend a lot of time finishing assignments. This scholarship will support me because this fall, I am taking 17 credits. As English is my second language, this will be very helpful to accomplish my dream of becoming an epidemiologist. My plan is to graduate next year with a bachelor’s degree and begin my master’s degree in 2021."

Makala Carbins, Bachelor of Science in Public Health, Minor in Africana Studies

Graduation Date: May 2020

"I am extremely honored and thankful to receive the May’s Family RISE Scholarship. This scholarship has allowed me to once again focus on school, rather than the stress of supporting my education. The RISE scholarship is not only assisting my present financial needs, but it is ensuring my success in the future. It has been such a huge relief to receive this scholarship and I’m looking forward to the upcoming semester and the opportunities it will bring."

Paul Long Graduate Scholarship

Emily Muller, Master of Health Administration, Master of Public Health

Graduation Date: December 2021

"This scholarship is a huge help being an out-of-state graduate student! It will help offset moving costs. It means a lot that donors care enough about the students at Fairbanks to invest in our education."

Addison Public Health Scholarship

Tyler Munn, Bachelor of Science in Public Health

Graduation Date: May 2020

"I am extremely grateful for this scholarship. As someone who wants to commit their life to public health, it means so much to be awarded for that passion. This scholarship also relieves some of the financial burden carried as an out-of-state student. In a field that’s more about helping people than 'big money,' it’s a big deal to get any relief from student debt."