Community Awards Recipients

Lawrence Zollicoffer - Alan Cross Community Health Fellowship Recipients

The purpose of the fellowship is to encourage medical students to learn about health issues of importance to minority and underserved communities through a community service project of their own design. It is awarded by a student/faculty committee based on student proposals. To learn more about the Lawrence Zollicoffer - Alan Cross Community Heath Fellowship, click here.


June C. Allcott Fellowship Recipients

This fellowship is named for June C. Allcott, a guidance counselor at UNC. Two June C. Allcott Fellowships in Allied Health are awarded to those students who apply and demonstrate exemplary, ongoing, or new community service. Allcott Fellowship recipients are expected to represent the Department of Allied Health Sciences at the School of Medicine Community Service Day by presenting a poster on their contribution to community service. To learn more about the June C. Allcott Fellowship, click here.


Salber-Phillips Award Recipients

The Salber-Phillips Award recognizes medical students who have completed community-oriented projects that improve the health or well being of older adults, 65 years of age or older. This award honors Drs. Salber and Phillips and their commitment to the health of all people, especially in rural and underserved communities. To learn more about the Salber-Phillips Award, click here.

*indicates lead winner