We are the visionaries, the scholars, the doers. And we need you!

This is the right place and the right time to support the first college of public health and human sciences in Oregon and be part of the future of public health. Are you in? Everyone can make a difference.

Ways you can give

When you make a gift to Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences, you make a difference in the lives of our students and the future of our world.

 

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Champions for Health

Champions for Health is an exciting new opportunity for donors dedicated to seeing the College of Public Health and Human Sciences meet its ambitious goals and reach even higher.

 

Healthy Children & Families Initiative

Funding Opportunities:

  • The Healthy Children & Families Fund provides pilot funding for faculty research grants, allows students to participate in undergraduate research programs and creates experiential learning opportunities
  • Scholarship funds provide access to educational opportunities within the Healthy Children & Families Initiative areas to the best and brightest regardless of financial ability
  • Student Success Funds enable real-world experience for students in urban or rural settings, preparing them to hit the ground running after graduation

 

Health and Nutrition Initiative – “Nutrition For Every Stage of Life"

Funding Opportunities:

  • Nutrition Scholarship funds provide access to a world-class education within nutrition to the best and brightest students regardless of financial ability
  • Nutrition Internship Funds enable real-world experience for students in urban and rural settings, preparing them to hit the ground running after graduation
  • Undergraduate Nutrition Research Program funds provide experiential learning opportunities for students to learn through research with faculty in a research laboratory or program. The Undergraduate Nutrition Research Program partners our students with our faculty and researchers in nutrition as they work closely on identified research projects.

 

“Scholarships took some of the financial pressure off of me so that I could focus on finishing my double major and obtaining a dietetic internship. I appreciate the effort that the college makes to help students become successful by providing these opportunities. Because of them, I could focus on taking my education to the next level and make positive changes in my community.”

Taylor Kayfes, BS '15
Nutrition and Public Health

Support faculty through endowments.

Through generous donations, 12 college faculty are now endowed. See them here.

 

Change a student’s life through a scholarship or fellowship.

Each year, more than $250,000 in scholarships and $130,000 in fellowships are awarded to nearly 200 students. See our current lists of undergraduate scholarships and graduate student fellowships.

 

The Tammy Bray Endowment in Health Leadership and Innovation

John and Tammy Bray have established the Tammy Bray Endowment in Health Leadership and Innovation Fund to establish a speakers’ series in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. This gift will bring to campus high-profile health leaders to inspire students, faculty, and the community. The fund will also inspire alumni, friends and industry by presenting the series to greater Oregon, including the Portland metro area. These health leaders will increase the college’s engagement, visibility and reputation throughout the state of Oregon and the nation.

 

Support the college through a host of specialized funds

These funds support IMPACT, the Dean’s Fund for Excellence and more. Call Heather Brust to learn all of the ways you can support the college.

You can make a one-time gift or a monthly donation, or you may choose to make a gift through estate planning or by giving securities, real estate or retirement assets.

If you have questions, please contact

Heather Brust
Sr. Director of Development
Health Sciences
main: 503-553-3412
toll free: 888.218.8930

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