fpennell at u.washington.edu
Sat Mar 9 08:33:55 PST 1996
Here is some information about a graduate fellowship that we received
from the national Council on Disability:
Bonnie O'Day, a member of the National Council on Disability, wishes to share
the following information about a graduate fellowship for which people with
disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.
The Georgetown University Graduate Public Policy Program
(GPPP) and the National Rehabilitation Hospital Research
Center (NRH-RC) in Washington, D.C., are pleased to
announce the Health Policy Research Fellowship in Disability
and Medical Rehabilitation.
This fellowship is a 2 year academic program leading
to a master's degree in public policy (MPP) from Georgetown
University, with applied research experience gained
at the NRH-RC. The fellowship award will provide two
years of tuition (approximately $17,000 per academic
year) plus a monthly stipend of $850.
To qualify for this fellowship applicants must meet
all eligibility for admission to the GPPP and demonstrate
an interest in pursuing a career in health and disability
policy. Strong preference will be given to disabled
applicants. Persons from minority backgrounds are encouraged
The Application Deadline is May 1, 1996
To Request Information and Application Materials, Contact:
Georgetown University Graduate Public Policy Program
3240 Prospect Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 687-0502 (Phone) (202) 687-0517 (FAX)
johnsonc at gunet.georgetown.edu
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