PhD Fellowships In Health Justice

Posted On October 29, 2015
Categories Fellowships

Second Century Initiative (2CI) Doctoral Fellowships in Health Justice are available for selected doctoral candidates to work with faculty in the School of Public Health who are focused on innovative research that seeks to reduce the social inequities that contribute to significant health disparities experienced by individuals from racial/ethnic, sexual and gender minority groups living in major urban centers in the U.S. and across the globe. For more information contact Dr. Laura Salazar, professor of Health Promotion and Behavior, or Dr. Katherine Masyn, associate professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

Stipend: This award is made in the amount of $22,000 annually or $1,833 monthly.

Renewable award: Your award may be renewed for up to a total of four years

Tuition Waiver: In addition to your stipend, you will receive a full tuition waiver. Thus, Georgia State University will cover approximately $14,000 (in state) or $45,000 (out of state) in annual tuition costs for you. You will be responsible for paying only $37.50 each semester toward your tuition.

Minimum Credit Hours: The School of Public Health requires that students receiving tuition waivers sign up for a minimum number of credit hours.