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Coverdell Fellows Program

Coverdell Fellows Program

Pitt Public Health and the Center for Global Health are proud to announce a partnership with the Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, which will provide qualified Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) financial support towards a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree as well as experience working with local underserved communities.

Coverdell Fellows will receive a 25 percent tuition + fees scholarship for up to four academic terms of study. RPCVs interested in pursuing an MPH degree in BCHSEPIDEMHPM, or IDM are eligible to apply. For more information visit publichealth.pitt.edu/coverdell.

Apply for our fall 2018 inaugural year by simply checking the RPCV box on your SOPHAS application!

Just check the SOPHAS Peace Corps box

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Coverdell Application Deadline

The Coverdell Fellows Program deadline: March 15.

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Applicants must submit their final SOPHAS applications with all required documentation by this date to be considered.

Contacts

For more information, please contact:

Meredith Mavero
Coverdell Program Coordinator 
mlm72@pitt.edu 
412-624-6904

Joanne Russell
Coverdell Program Director
joanner@pitt.edu 412-624-1634

RPCVs and Pitt Public Health

Pitt Public Health has a long history of collaboration with the Peace Corps and proudly recognizes dozens of RPCVs among our student body, faculty, staff, and alumni. Explore their profiles.
PCMI students in Zambia

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