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Strong private support enables the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences to provide fellowships and scholarships to attract high-caliber students who will become our future leaders in the environmental and occupational health sciences. Your partnership also attracts and retains faculty, who research solutions to important public health problems that affect our families and communities. Your contributions to the department foster valuable field research and other hands-on learning experiences as well as bring in the best visiting scientists.
Ways to give
Established in honor of Associate Professor Emeritus Jack Hatlen, who has been on the faculty since 1952 and led the undergraduate program for nearly 40 years.
Supports educational activities, consultations and lectureships by eminent visiting scientists
Graduate student support for the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences in the School of Public Health
Support for DEOHS graduate student research costs. May also include support for student travel, food and seminar costs.
Graduate student scholarship named in memory of Sheldon T. Murphy.
In memory of Peter Breysse (Dec. 12, 1922–May 10, 2010), his family and the University of Washington Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences are establishing an endowed lectureship to honor and recognize Peter Breysse's dedication to public health. The endowed lectureship enables the department to recruit speakers to share new ideas and inspire faculty, staff, and students to make a difference. Read more about the Lectureship Fund.
H. David Kaplan established this endowment in memory of Stanley M. Pier (1927–2010), his partner of 47 years. Stanley Pier spent his professional working career predominantly in the field of Occupational Health and Environmental Sciences in both corporate and academic settings. The endowment will support the the Health Sciences Library Environmental Health Collections and related activities.
The fund gives financial support to students working on their Master of Science degree in Toxicology in the department.
Gifts can be made online through the University of Washington's secure server or call toll-free 877-UW-GIFTS (877-894-4387) and specify the fund you wish to support. If you would like to send a check, make it payable to the University of Washington Foundation, with a note indicating the fund you wish to support. Mail payments to:
SPH Development Office
Seattle, WA 98195-7230