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From Indiana University Foundation:

The future of public health is determined by the actions we take now. With your support, we will help students like Hadya continue their education. Please make a gift today towards the next FSPH student scholarship.

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In 2017, the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health was able to award three scholarships to students because of support by donors like you. One of these scholarship recipients is Hadyatoullaye Sow, who is pursuing a Master of Public Health degree at FSPH and is expected to graduate in 2018. 

When the Fairbanks School of Public Health scholarship committee notified Hadya that she had been selected as a scholarship recipient, we learned she was planning to postpone completing her degree due to financial constraints. It was support from donors like you that helped Hadya continue her education. 

Hadya is an exceptional student who is planning to work after graduation within communities to educate underserved populations about their rights regarding health care. In addition to working and studying, Hadya mentors high school students and has several leadership roles in student organizations on campus. 

Your donation today will help us continue to support students like Hadya and work on improving the health, and ultimately the quality of life of citizens everywhere. 

Please consider making a gift today to support more student scholars at FSPH.

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