Application and Submission Deadline for all awards listed below (except the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship) has passed for the 2014-15 cycle.
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.
|2014||India Blaire Hanvey||2005||Courtney Melton|
|2013||Milele Bynum & Susan Li||2003||Neeta Venepalli & Preethi Venepalli|
|2012||Ayesha Lovick||2002||Sylvia Lee|
|2011||April Miller||2001||Daniel Parm|
|2010||Elise Leger||2000||Manoj Menon & Amanda Rollins|
|2009||Alan Woodruff||1998||Mari Hoffman & Ian Nelligan|
|2008||Kaitlyn M. Bailey||1997||Dawn Johnson|
|2007||Brooke Morgan||1996||Gregory Paul|
|2006||Alan Nanney III|
June C. Allcott Fellowship Recipients
This fellowship is named for June C. Allcott, a former guidance counselor at UNC. In her life, June C. Allcott was a gardener of friendships. She explored the world as a traveler, weaver of baskets, culinary adventurer, designer of jewelry and clothes, computer explorer, music and art lover, and friend. She had a particular place in her heart for those interested in the health fields. June developed a keen sense of the characteristics and values that naturally imbue people who make a difference in the helping professions. The June C. Allcott Fellowship identifies students who exemplify the ability to make helping connections with people.
The June C. Allcott Fellowship is awarded to student(s) who apply and demonstrate exemplary, ongoing, or new community service. The number of Allcott Fellowships awarded each year is determined by the amount of funds generated by the Allcott Scholarship Endowment. The proceeds of the award may be used by the student to assist with his or her tuition and community service work as they see fit.
Two June C. Allcott Fellowships in Medicine are awarded to those students who apply and demonstrate exemplary, ongoing, or new community service. Allcott Fellowship recipients are expected to represent UNC School of Medicine on Community Service Day, Friday, February 20th, by presenting a poster on their contribution to community service.
|2014||India Blaire Hanvey|
|2013||Jared Lowe, Meg Ferrell Proctor, Negat Negussie-Retta, Brianne Elisabeth Shelly|
|2012||Moneika Owens, Quang Pham|
|2011||Ayesha Lovick, Oluwaseun Omofoye|
|2010||Saweda Bright, Benjamin Kirkley|
|2009||Christopher F. Dibble, Suha J. Patel|
|2008||Kristoff A. Olson, Lorene A. Temming|
|2007||Leah K. Gilbert, Natalie D. Muth|
|2006||Manali I. Patel, Mara W. Vollkommer|
|2005||Arun Aneja, Andy McWilliams|
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. .
|2014||Martha Kathleen Carrick||2003||
Jerry David Yale, Jr*, Hadijatou Jarra,Benjamin G. Seo, Monica N. Slubick
|2013||Lalitha Kunduru, Christropher Jensen||2002||
Phuong Doan, Christine E. Kistler
|2012||Bryce Elizabeth Winfield Haac||2001||Manoj P. Menon, Carmen I. Teague|
|2011||Anne Hardy Dunbar*, Lauren Michelle Abbate||2000||Joseph J. Hummel*, Stacey M. Lawrence|
|2010||Joseph D. Hoyle*, Fortune J. Egbulefu, Victoria (Tori) Rolins||1999||
Stephen Brent Ridge*, Wendy Miles Baer,
Tracy Elizabeth Bullard, Melanie Dixon
|2007||Andrew David McWilliams*, Julie R. Thibodeaux||1997||
Jennifer Rhodes-Kropf*, Stephen Brent Ridge, Julia W. Tsang
|2005||Maneesha Agarwal, Kathryn Chwastiak, Anthony Nelson Fleg||1995||Christopher H. Chay|
|2004||Joshua N. Tennant|
*indicates lead winner
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
The NC Albert Schweitzer Fellows Program is a one-year interdisciplinary, mentored fellowship program focused on health-related community service and leadership development. Applicants should be prepared to partner with a local community agency and design a community service project that seeks to provide direct service to an underserved population. Applicants may apply individually or as a pair. Funding up to $3000 is available for the first year, with an additional $1000 for the second year. To learn more and apply for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, click here.