The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health leads with cutting-edge science and deep community commitments
At Arizona’s first and only accredited college of public health, our faculty, alumni and students are finding new approaches. We’re advancing community preparedness, chronic disease prevention, family wellness and advocacy for public health policy. Through numerous collaborations, we’re working to make profound impacts on the well-being of Southwestern residents and eradicate the dramatic health disparities in our state.
When you give to the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, you help prevent injury and disease through health education programs. Your gifts can fund research that addresses the health needs of diverse populations. And you can spur more engagement between public health experts and those making policy decisions.
“Supporters like you are helping the college expand the definition of public health service in the academic setting. Please continue to join us in promoting and protecting health in our local communities and those across the globe.”
—Dean Iman Hakim
Scholarship support helps students focus on their studies, engage in the communities they serve and connect to the public health workforce. Your scholarship gifts are critical in the college’s efforts to attract and retain the most talented and dedicated students.
SOME OF OUR TOP PRIORITIES
College of Public Health General Scholarship
This scholarship offers donors the opportunity to support the education of students who plan on pursuing a lifelong career in public health.
This fund supports education, programs, and research to promote innovative approaches to mental health and bolster mental health programs' impact.
Climate Change and Health
This fund supports education, research, and engagement opportunities to promote innovative approaches to address the impact of climate change on population health.
Global Health Institute provides global education opportunities to equip students with the tools to become public health leaders capable of addressing global challenges.
This fund supports indigenous health research, education, outreach and students working on indigenous health issues.