Our continued success depends on your partnership. Here are some unique ways your investment can make a difference to students and faculty:
Current School Priority Funds
Public Health Excellence Fund This flexible fund allows the Dean to apply resources where the need is greatest.
School of Public Health Student Assistance Fund
For assistance for undergraduate or graduate students toward but not limited to tuition, travel, research or fees.
SPH Strategic Initiatives Fund
To support the SPH strategic initiatives to strengthen our core, and meet the following emerging Public Health challenges: Global Environmental Change and Human Health; Genomics and Public Health; Obesity, Food Physical Activity and Health; Health Policy and Health Systems; Public Health Implementation Science; and Social Determinants of Health.
Biostatistics Enhancement Fund
To strengthen educational programs and activities in Biostatistics that develop and apply statistical methodology across the health sciences for the benefit of Public Health.
Murphy Memorial Fund
Graduate student scholarship support for the Department of Environmental Health within the School of Public Health. Named in memory of Sheldon T. Murphy.
The Peter A. Breysse Memorial Endowed Lectureship Fund
Peter A. Breysse Memorial Lectureship Fund Honors and recognizes Peter Breysse's dedication to public health. The endowed lectureship enables the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences to recruit speakers to share new ideas and inspire faculty, staff, and students to make a difference.
Epidemiology Excellence Fund
General support of the Department of Epidemiology within the School of Public Health, to enhance the goals and objectives of the department.
Epidemiology Gift Fund
For unrestricted gifts to the Department of Epidemiology to be used at the discretion of the Chair to pay expenses to meet the goals of the Department in recruiting faculty, staff, and students. A School of Public Health fund.
Leo Greenawalt Professorship in Health Policy
Leo Greenawalt is well known as an ethical leader who has dedicated his career to bringing together healthcare leaders and organizations to provide access to healthcare to all. As Leo enters into retirement after 30 years as the President and CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association, the Leo Greenawalt Professorship in Health Policy aims to continue his work by ensuring that the world has trained and passionate leaders who understand health policy and can work to shape it. Funds will support the enhancement of health policy education faculty and curriculum in the MHA department of Health Services.
How to Give
Online Click on a fund to the left to give online.
Make your check payable to the University of Washington Foundation and
SPH Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations
Seattle, WA 98195-7230
Call 1-877-UW-GIFTS (877-894-4387) and specify the School of Public
Health or the SPH department fund you wish to support.
Securities, Planned or Customized Gifts
Contact Pat McCowan, Assistant Dean of Advancement, at
(206) 616-7197 firstname.lastname@example.org