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New Health Security Scholarship for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MPH Students

The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security is pleased to announce the availability of a new Health Security Scholarship for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Masters of Public Health (MPH) students. This scholarship is supported by the Open Philanthropy Project and is targeted toward MPH students with an interest in the field of health security, particularly those with interest in pandemics and global catastrophic biological risks. The scholarship aims to enable individuals to enter the health security field and work to improve our preparedness for and response to these potentially catastrophic public health emergencies.

Awarded scholarships will cover full tuition for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MPH degree. Up to 2 scholarships will be awarded for an academic year. The inaugural scholarships will be awarded for the 2021–2022 program year.

Eligibility:

  • Students who have been accepted to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MPH program for 2021–2022 academic year (for application details, see below)
  • Online/Part-time or full-time students
  • US-based and international students

Recipients of the scholarship will be required to:

  • Have a Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security academic advisor for the MPH program
  • Take at least 1 health security-related elective taught by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security faculty
  • Conduct their MPH practicum at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
  • Write their MPH capstone on a health security topic

To apply:

  • Interested individuals should apply to the MPH program through the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health SOPHAS application. In your application, please indicate your interest in the topic of Health Security.
  • If you are interested in this scholarship, please email Natalie Semon at nsemon@jhu.edu and provide a brief written description (must be no longer than 1 page, single spaced 12pt type) of your interest in health security and global catastrophic biological risks, your SOPHAS application ID number, and why you should be considered for this scholarship if you are accepted into the MPH program.

Learn more about the Center for Health Security’s education.

 

 

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