The Fuld Fellowship provides full-tuition scholarships for Accelerated BSN (ABSN) students who have demonstrated a special commitment to leadership, scholarship, and social responsibility as a component of professional nursing practice.
The Fuld Fellowship program is available to students who have strong roots in social responsibility and can reasonably return to school only with financial support of the fellowship program. These Fellowships provide opportunities for second degree students who want to study nursing to move straight through a program that will award them a BSN degree, followed by an MSN degree.
The studies and experiences of Fuld Fellows are further defined through the school's social responsibility programs such as the Farm Worker Family Health Program and Alternative Winter and Spring Break Trips. These and other opportunities for the Fuld Fellows are coordinated through the Lillian Carter Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility. After graduation, Fuld Fellows will re-enter their careers as masters' prepared nurses with a deep working knowledge of health issues for vulnerable people in the U.S. and internationally, coupled with a strong sense of direction and mission for realistically addressing these problems.
The Fuld Fellowship provides full-tuition to cover four semesters of the baccalaureate program and one calendar year of master's program.
The Fuld Fellowships are made possible through a grant from the Helene Fuld Health Trust.
2014-2015 Fuld Social Responsibility Fellows
Ashley is an ABSN student participating in the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program. She is the data manager for the Diabetes Prevention Program for Indians working with 68 project sites. Ashley is a principal investigator with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Denver Children's Hospital. In addition, she formerly served as the Vice President and Service Coordinator for the Honors and Leadership program at the University of Colorado.
Rubi is an ABSN student participating in the Family Nurse Practitioner program. She works at the NIH Academy Fellow Office of Intramural Training and Education where she designs, plans, and implements her own community organization project in Washington, D.C. In addition, Rubi is the post-baccalaureate clinical researcher at the NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Development.
Rubi is an ABSN student participating in the Family Nurse Practitioner program. She is a research associate and project manager with the Population Research Center at the University of Texas-Austin and a Fellow with Vittana (located in Peru), where she conducts market research and launched a student loan program.
Click here to download a PDF version of the Fuld Social Responsibility Fellowship Program application.
All applications and essays should be returned to the Emory University School of Nursing, Office of Enrollment and Student Services, via email to email@example.com.
Applications must be submitted by January 15, 2014.
- Must be an Accelerated BSN (ABSN) student who has demonstrated a special commitment to scholarship, leadership and social responsibility as a component of professional nursing practice
- Available to students who can reasonably return to school with only financial support from the Fellowship program
- Must write an essay and be interviewed by a selection committee
- Have a GPA of 3.5 of above
- GRE score of at least 1200 or 310 on the revised scoring model.
Recipients of the Fuld Social Responsibility Fellowship are expected to:
- Spend additional time on Fuld Fellowship interdisciplinary seminars and activities
- Remain committed to leadership activities related to social responsibility
- Share their experiences with others in the School
- Complete a MSN degree at Emory University
- Demonstrate to the profession and the broader public a fine example of nursing leadership and engagement in socially responsible nursing
For questions or additional information about the Fuld Social Responsibility Fellowship, please contact:
Dr. Angela Amar