ROTARY GLOBAL GRANT SCHOLARSHIP
UofL GRADUATE Adaline Heitz has been awarded the Rotary Global Grant Scholarship. The Rotary Club provides such grants to fund humanitarian projects, vocational training and graduate-level academic studies abroad. Heitz will use the award to pursue a master’s degree in public health at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.
“Study and research in Norway through the Rotary Global Grant Scholarship will provide me with a strong foundation in public health and a network of international connections as I pursue a career as a physician scientist dedicated to improving and protecting the health of women at home and abroad.”
Areas of Study:
- Graduated in May 2017 from the School of Public Health and Information Sciences with a major in Public Health
I would particularly like to thank Dr. Patricia Condon, Dr. Charlie Leonard, Dr. Shira Rabin, and Bethany Smith, all of whom spent countless hours helping me put together and fine tune my application materials for the scholarship.
I am also thankful to my research mentors, Dr. Kathy Baumgartner and Dr. Stephanie Boone, who have contributed to my growth as a student and aspiring researcher.
Additionally, I am very thankful to my recommenders, Dr. Pete Walton and Dr. Scott LaJoie, both of whom have truly ignited my passion for public health during my studies at UofL.
Hometown:Floyds Knobs, Indiana
High school:Floyd Central High School
Parents:Stephanie and Gerard Heitz of Floyds Knobs, Indiana