We invite anyone who would like to further the spread of Public Health to contribute to any of the following funds.
For information on the awarding of the scholarships, see Financial Information.
Joan Segal Scholarship Fund
When you make a gift to the Joan Segal Fellowship Fund for Public Health, you provide scholarship and fellowship support for deserving students. Your generosity helps build a diverse and competitive student body comprised of the brightest candidates, regardless of their financial background. Without a doubt, you are a crucial part of our success.
Alumni and faculty of the UConn Master of Public Health program discuss Joan Segal's legacy and the importance of a scholarship in her name.
To donate to the fund, visit s.uconn.edu/segalmph
The Professors Judy Lewis and Stephen L. Schensul Fund for Global Public Health
Gifts to the Professors Judy Lewis and Stephen L. Schensul Fund for Global Public Health will provide support for students at the UConn Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine and Graduate Program in Public Health. Funds will support students who develop and implement projects involving researching, education or intervention.
To donate to the fund, visit The UConn Foundation
Master of Public Health Program Annual Fund
Your gift will provide support for areas of greatest need within the Master of Public Health Program (MPH) at UConn Health.
To donate to the fund, visit The UConn Foundation.
Dr. Howard L. Bailit Community Medicine Support Fund
Howard Bailit, DMD, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, was a longtime policy and economics researcher. Dr. Bailit was the former Director of the Health Policy and Primary Care Research Center (1996-2004) at UConn Health and prior to that he was Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Community Health (1967-1982) in the School of Dental Medicine. Up until his passing, he led a strategic planning study at UConn Health on the future of dental education in the United States. Contribute your gift to the Dr. Howard L. Bailit Community Medicine Support Fund to memorialize this remarkable professor.
To donate to this fund, visit The UConn Foundation.