The Hudson Fellows in Public Health program awards fellowships to graduate students who are training at the highest levels of their disciplines at the Hudson College of Public Health.
The Hudson Fellows in Public Health program was established in 2013 by Dr. Leslie Hudson and Mr. Clifford Hudson to strengthen a growing network of scholarship, education and practice devoted to the development of better public health practices and outcomes for the state, the nation and the world in which we live.
The intent of the fellowship is to support full time continuous Ph.D. study for 4 consecutive years. To be eligible for a fellowship, candidates must meet the following criteria:
be pursuing a PhD in a program in the OU Hudson College of Public Health;
or a student accepted into a PhD program in the OU Hudson College of Public
be enrolled full time and in good academic standing in the OU Hudson College of
Public Health at the time fellowship payments are made;
be in residence at OU Hudson College of Public Health to receive and maintain
the Hudson Fellowship;
- May not hold another
GRA position or be otherwise employed at the same time you are a Hudson Fellow;
not be the Donors or an immediate family member of the Donors;
attend (1) the annual Hudson Fellows Symposium, (2) an annual luncheon with the
Donors, and (3) the annual Hudson College of Public Health Scholarship
Hudson Fellows receive $26,000 per annum and are eligible for waiver of the
nonresident portion of tuition, if appropriate, in accordance with OUHSC
policy. As for all PhD students, a total of three hours of tuition will be
waived per semester.
To learn more about becoming a Hudson Fellow at the OU College of Public Health, please go to the "Application Information" tab of the "In This Section" menu on this page.