Philanthropy Giving Ways to Give
The field of public health is a combination of many different fields that come together and compliment each other in order to solve the challenging health problems in the communities that we service. This is why the UK College of Public Health believes in providing many opportunities to give back in order to pay it forward to the next generation.
In order to support our mission of developing health champions that impact the Commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond, we are here to help you find the right fund(s) that will make the most impact.
College of Public Health Excellence Fund
Supports the teaching, research, and service mission of the college. Gifts support scholarship opportunities for students, lecture series, non-research funded professional development opportunities, and other expenses.
College of Public Health Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarship funding for students pursuing a bachelor, master’s or doctoral level degree in all academic programs within the College of Public Health.
College of Public Health Student Support Fund
Provides support for students experiencing emergency situations where additional financial support is needed.
Faculty Scholarship for the Future of Appalachian Health
Scholarships are available for students pursuing a master of public health degree who are from an Appalachian county in Kentucky as designated by the ARC. Preference is given to those who have a commitment to improving health in the Appalachian region and indicate a desire to return to the Appalachian region upon graduation to promote and improve public health in the region.
Kiyoung Lee Fellowship
Awarded to students whose research supports air quality and/or environmental health.
Susan Lee Fellowship
Supports students pursuing a PhD in gerontology.
Fellowship for students with potential leadership in the field of gerontology.
Martha Riddell MHA Scholarship Fund
Established in 2021 in honor of long-time faculty member Martha Riddell. The scholarship supports students in the master of health administration program.
MHA Alumni Scholarship Fund
A scholarship established in 2021 by alumni to support students pursuing a master of health administration degree.
MHA Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarships for students pursuing a master of health administration degree.
Thomas P. Rogers Fund
Supports UK students interested in gerontology research related to quality of life for rural elder populations.
Supports a female student enrolled in gerontology who demonstrates academic potential and who aspires to strengthen lives of young women.
F. Douglas Scutchfield Professorship in Health Services Research
Established in 2008 to honor a long-time professor – Dr. F. Douglas Scutchfield which awarded to a faculty member in the College of Public Health who holds the rank of tenured full professor and who has research interest clearly linked to health services delivery or public health systems.