Are you currently working on efforts to improve the health of those from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds?
The Center for Health Equity (CHE) in the Graduate School of Public Health (Pitt Public Health) offers several funding opportunities for those working to address health disparities and health inequity. Projects of interest include those focused on improving the health of those who face social or economic obstacles to health due to their race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, mental health, cognitive, sensory, or physical disability, sexual orientation, geography, or other characteristics linked to discrimination or health inequity.
Award Announcement (first date applications will be accepted)
|Application Due||Notification of Award|
|Master's & Doctoral Student Scholarship||August 28, 2017||October 9, 2017||November 6, 2017|
|Communities Working for Health Equity Mini-Grant||Process Under Revision; check back in Fall 2018|
|Faculty Collaborating with Community Mini-Grant||Process Under Revision: check back in Fall 2018|
Current Funding Opportunities
Amount: Two $1,000.00 scholarships
Amount: Two $500.00 mini-grants
Amount: One $2,500.00 mini-grant
For questions regarding the mini-grant application process, please contact Lora Ann Bray, CHE Manager of Community Partnerships, Education and Training at firstname.lastname@example.org.