Congratulations on your selection as a 2018-2019 scholarship award recipient! This is a wonderful honor and the School would like to recognize your accomplishment at the Honors and Awards Ceremony scheduled for Monday, May 20, 2019 at 4:00 PM in Sommer Hall.
Sehyo Yune 2016 recipient of the
Aoyama-Kita Scholarship, and Dean Klag
The Stewardship Team is part of the Office of External Affairs. Our job is to work with faculty and students to communicate with our donors what their funds have accomplished and to make our donors feel engaged and involved with the School. Stewardship also means saying THANK YOU.
Those who support the Bloomberg School of Public Health deserve our heartfelt appreciation. We do this through the process of acknowledging, recognizing and reporting of gifts. Responsible stewardship means managing contributions respectfully, on time and with gratitude.
Learn more about our efforts in Stewardship.
Your Role in Responsibly Stewarding Your Scholarship/Award
- Write a letter of thanks to the donor(s) who funded YOUR scholarship. If you have been awarded more than one scholarship, please write a thank you letter for each scholarship that you have received. Please take a few minutes to complete the Scholarship Recipient Profile form.
- Attend the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on May 20, 2019 to celebrate your accomplishments! Be sure to RSVP for this event.
- As a scholarship recipient, you may be invited to meet your donor(s) at the annual Honors and Awards reception prior to the ceremony. Both students and donors find this meeting gratifying and enriching.
- Participate in a Thank-a-Thon: All students benefit from the generosity of our donors. You will be given the opportunity to say “Thank you” at our Thank-A-Thons over the course of the academic year. Participation is strongly encouraged!
2018-2019 Scholarship Recipient Profile Submission
Dean Klag, Lucy Meoni and Kripa Raghavan, 2016 recipient
of the Wendy Klag Center Student Research Award
Please take a few minutes to complete the Scholarship Recipient Profile form.
We will share this information with the donor(s) who fund your scholarship. Reading your story in your own words is meaningful to our donors—it helps to demonstrate the impact of their giving, not just at Johns Hopkins, but on you and your experiences in the field of public health. Expressing your appreciation will also help to encourage further donations and provide future students with similar opportunities.
If you have questions - please contact the Stewardship Office at (410) 502-3691 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.