Development Officer Update

DHL to fund technology upgrades for SPHIS classrooms

UofL’s School of Public Health & Information Sciences (SPHIS) is grateful to announce a new gift from DHL, Inc., a leading global brand in the logistics industry with 400,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, to fund technology upgrades for classrooms. This gift from DHL will support the new enhancements to support expanded online instruction for SPHIS, allow for hybrid learning, and better facilitate guest lecturers and speakers for our students.

We are very appreciative of the continued generosity and partnership with DHL, Inc. and UofL alumnus Bob Whitaker ‘89.

In addition to DHL, we also want to thank all our corporate and foundation partners who have supported SPHIS in Fiscal Year 2022 including:

- American Cancer Society, Inc. Mid-South Division
- Children's Hospital Foundation
- Community Pharmacy Foundation
- The Humana Foundation, Inc.
- Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, Inc.
- Just Fund Education Project, Inc.
- LG&E and KU Foundation
- WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc.
- WhitneyStrong Inc.

At SPHIS, building a healthier tomorrow for all means investment from our community today. The work of our students and faculty contribute to public health practice, research, and the public health workforce. Alumni and friends of the school who contribute help sustain a legacy of opportunity — they help light the way for the best and brightest to achieve their professional aspirations.

Charitable gifts do so much to advance mission of the School of Public Health & Information Science including providing scholarship funds, student aid for travel and conferences, faculty and research support, and much more.

To make a gift or discuss how you can contribute in meaningful ways to support students and other initiatives in SPHIS, please contact Angela Champion Sprowl, Senior Director of Development, at 502-852-2031 or


Angela Champion Sprowl, MPA, CFRE, ’99, ‘04 | Senior Director of Development
School of Public Health & Information Sciences | University Advancement
O: 502.852-2031

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