Scholarship Opportunity Announcement - Deadline July 1, 2010
Title: Scholarship to University of Kansas Medical Center, Masters of Public Health
Deadline: July 1, 2010
Contact: Darryl Monteau, Educational Manager, PAICH
The Program in American Indian Community Health (PAICH) at the University of Kansas Medical Center is currently recruiting American Indian/Alaska Native students who are interested in attaining a Masters of Public Health degree and breast cancer research.
The scholarship requires the student to be enrolled in the KUMC MPH program and includes full tuition and fees, paid research assistantship, professional development, and use of a laptop. Funding may be provided for two years granted student maintains satisfactory academic status and progression towards degree completion. Students will be expected to conduct breast cancer research as a part of their degree and will be provided a faculty mentor to help them.
(Note: The deadline date for the KUMC MPH has passed; however, applications will still be received and considered. Completed applications will be given priority.)
Send all materials to:
Dr. Christine Makosky-Daley
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Preventive Medicine & Public Health
3901 Rainbow Blvd
Kansas City, KS 66160
Funded by the Susan G. Komen For the Cure© Coordinated by the Program in American Indian Community Health