Giving Opportunities at Rollins School of Public Health

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Each new academic year invigorates the Rollins School of Public Health as our buildings teem with energy from students, staff, and faculty. With your leadership annual support, we can all unite to give students and others the opportunity to make their mark upon the world.

As dean of the Rollins School of Public Health, I watch your gifts change lives every day. This year, your partnership with Rollins will support these key priorities:

Funding scholarships for students like James W. Curran Scholar Theresa Bailey 19PH who is pursuing her MPH in the Hubert Department of Global Health and hopes to go on to earn a PhD to work in the area of sexual and reproductive health.

Empowering research opportunities like studies focusing on the opioid epidemic, cancer and cardiovascular disease prevention, or gender-based violence impacting women and girls.

Supporting our faculty as they advance the field of public health in many different ways—like increasing access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene; conducting high priority HIV/AIDS research; developing climate change-related scholarship and teaching; and working to lessen the burden of diabetes through research, education, and outreach.

One of the most rewarding parts of my job is connecting passionate donors like you with members of the Rollins community who are driven to uncover new knowledge and committed to serve the greater good.

Please support the areas of giving that mean the most to you. Extend your partnership with the Rollins School of Public Health with an annual gift today.

Sincerely,

James W. Curran, Dean of Public Health, Rollins School of Public Health
James W. Curran, MD, MPH
Dean of Public Health, Rollins School of Public Health

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