Graduate Program: Funding
The Graduate Program in Dental Public Health and the Department of Preventive & Community Dentistry are pleased to announce the establishment of the Horowitz Graduate Fellowship in Dental Public Health. Up to $40,000 annually is available through this fellowship and will be used to support one student’s tuition and expenses, as well as provide a stipend for those who plan to practice and become board certified in Dental Public Health in the U.S. upon completion of the program. In addition to the tuition and stipend support, receipt of the Horowitz Fellowship also qualifies recipients for resident tuition rates. This fellowship will first be awarded in 2013 for the 2013-14 academic year, and is restricted to applicants with a U.S. degree in dentistry, dental hygiene, or a certificate in dental hygiene with a four-year undergraduate degree.