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Faculty Support FSPH Students


Community Health Sciences and Health Policy and Management Faculty make generous gifts to Fielding School of Public Health

Following a naming gift from faculty member Dr. Jonathan Fielding and his wife Karin Fielding, other faculty members have made significant contributions to the school. Drs. Charlotte and Alfred Neumann, emeriti professors in the Department of Community Health Sciences, donated $100,000 to establish the Drabkin/Neumann Global Public Health Field Experience Endowment. The fund will support students who travel abroad to do field work, especially in the areas of nutrition and family, child and maternal health.

Dr. Ron Andersen, professor emeritus in the Department of Health Policy and Management, and his wife Diane Andersen donated $150,000 to establish the Department of Health Policy and Management Community Partner Fellowship Endowment, which will support fellowships for M.P.H. and Ph.D. students.

These generous gifts will help the Fielding School continue to recruit and train the best and brightest students in public health.