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College for Public Health and Social Justice
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Masters of Health Administration - John J. Flanagan, S.J. Scholarship Fund

Former SLU professor John J. Flanagan, S.J., was instrumental in the initiation of a graduate degree program in hospital administration at SLU. His emphasis on service is woven throughout the curriculum and culture of SLU’s 73-year-old Masters of Health Administration program, one of the nation’s most established and highly-ranked M.H.A. programs. Supporting the John J. Flanagan, S.J. Scholarship Fund will allow students with a service mindset to further their education to become the next ambassadors of health care organizations and pay forward the lessons passed down by Fr. Flanagan.

Goal: $5,000

Fund: John J. Flanagan, S.J. Scholarship Fund (30348) 


Public Health - Dr. Terry Leet Endowed Scholarship Fund 

The Dr. Terry Leet Endowed Scholarship Fund was established to honor the legacy of former SLU professor Terry Leet, Ph.D., M.P.H., whose research spanned many areas but primarily focused on maternal and children’s health issues. His groundbreaking work in this area has laid the foundation for SLU’s recent designation as a Center of Excellence for Maternal and Child Health Education, Science and Practice. This scholarship will help in the center’s goal of increasing the number and diversity of Maternal Child Health master’s degree graduates serving in our region. Supporting this scholarship fund will have a direct impact on improving the health of our community.

Goal: $5,000

Fund: Dr. Terry Leet Endowed Scholarship Fund (31085)

Overall Challenge Gift
In honor of SLU Giving Day, esteemed alumnus Rudi Roeslein (IT ’71) has graciously agreed to give $100,000 to Saint Louis University once we reach 500 donors today. “I am so privileged and honored to help these young adults, who are the future leaders of our country,” Roeslein said.
500 / 500 Donors
McCulla Bridge Fund Challenge
The Summer Science Research Program for High School Students provides an immersive research experience for high school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. In this program, students work with faculty mentors on summer research projects and take part in career readiness activities. Today, once 10 gifts are made to the McCulla Bridge fund, an additional $1,200 will be unlocked by generous faculty member Ryan McCulla. Once 20 gifts have been made, an additional $3,800 will be unlocked from generous alumnus Kyle Howerton. (AS '08).
20 / 20 Gifts
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