The Skolnik Global Health Fellowship
The Skolnik Global Health Fellowship was established in 2011 by Richard Skolnik, a Lecturer at the Yale School of Public Health, global health consultant, and former member of the College of Health and Human Services Advisory Board. This award offers a currently enrolled undergraduate student in the Department of Global and Community Health a summer stipend to support travel and work abroad in the public health arena.
Shannon Turner, 2014 Award recipient will be participating in an internship in The Lubumbo Region of Swaziland during May and June 2014.
Caitlin Eberly, 2013 Award recipient, had the opportunity to work at an international health research center in Bangladesh.
Karen Thomas, 2012 award recipient, worked on a nutrition survey in Bombardopolis, Haiti. She now works as a clinical research assistant at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.
Mary Raffael Gaul, 2011 award recipient, used her travel stipend to volunteer in South Africa. Ms. Gaul is currently a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia.
More information will be posted soon on how to apply for the Skolnik Fellowship for 2015.