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Student Scholarships

Melanie Firestone is awarded the 2018 student scholarship.

Scholarship donations can be made at any time through this secure form:
Click Here to Donate to Student Scholarships.

Would you like to open up the eyes of public health students to the world of applied epidemiology? Now you can share the value of the CSTE Annual Conference with America's brightest students. Imagine the opportunity to learn from sessions and poster rounds, participate in discussions, and network with the applied epi community. Donate any amount to share the experience.

Contingent on donations, travel and lodging may be paid to one or more students in order to attend CSTE’s Annual Conference. Leading up to the conference, CSTE will post a yearly contest. All public health students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs related to epidemiology are eligible to enter and win.

The program awarded its first scholarship in summer 2016. The scholarship is managed by a dedicated taskforce comprised of CSTE staff and members who design, disseminate, and evaluate yearly scholarship contest submissions. The taskforce is charged with overseeing and awarding student scholarships for annual conference attendance.

Previous Winners:
2017: Carrie Clippinger, MPH, Penn State College of Medicine
2016: Gabriella Hodges, MPH candidate, University of Kentucky

Student scholarships are made possible via generous donations to the CSTE Foundation. All donations are considered tax-deductible contributions to the CSTE Foundation, which is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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