The Schroeder Health Policy Fellowship consists of a graduate assistantship and is open to first and second year public policy graduate students with an active interest in health policy. Students interested in the Schroeder Health Policy Fellowship should indicate their focus on health policy in their statement of purpose on the admissions application. To make a decision for the awards, a faculty committee reviews the applications, considers good academic standing as well as past and planned course work in health policy and assignment to a health policy or social policy project in the Policy Research Seminar.
Students awarded this fellowship are expected to continue to demonstrate their interest in health policy by actively participating in TJPPP/Schroeder Center activities involving health policy. Students are also encouraged to include a designation as having received a "Fellowship, Schroeder Center for Health Policy" on their resumes.
Past Schroeder Fellows:
Siyu "Irene" Wang
For more information, please contact:
Jennifer M. Mellor, Ph.D.
Director, Schroeder Center for Health Policy
Class of 1955 Distinguished Associate Professor of Economics
The College of William & Mary
P.O. Box 8795, 141A Morton Hall
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
Office Telephone: 757-221-1913
Office Fax: 757-221-1175