Dr. Jane C. Hurley Memorial Scholarship at Arizona State University, United States
Dr. Jane C. Hurley was an inspiring person who left an indelible mark on the field of public health. She was an accomplished academic who completed her PhD in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences with a Certificate in Geographical Information Systems in 2019 at ASU under the mentorship of Dr. Marc Adams. Throughout her career, Dr. Hurley’s research interests centered around how built environments and neighborhood walkability relate to physical activity, with the aim of making walking and cycling safer, easier, and more accessible for people of all ages. Dr. Hurley’s passion for public health extended beyond her academic pursuits. She was a dedicated advocate for active living and a beloved member of the academic community. Her love of cycling to work, music, travel, and soccer, coupled with her commitment to mentoring students, made her an inspiration to all who knew her.
To honor Dr. Hurley’s legacy and academic interests, her family has established the Dr. Jane C. Hurley Scholarship. This scholarship will benefit first and second-year doctoral students enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours within the College of Health Solutions whose research focuses on environmental influences of physical activity and nutrition leading to improved health outcomes. Dr. Hurley’s academic interests and dedication to mentoring students will be remembered through this scholarship for years to come.
|Minimum GPA||Not applicable|
|Must Demonstrate Need||No|
|Residency||Arizona resident, Non-Arizona resident|
|Enrollment status||Full-time, 3/4 time, 1/2 time|
|College||College of Health Solutions|
|Deadline||Friday, April 07, 2023|
Please describe one or more topics related to your major that you would be interested in learning more about by performing a research project with a faculty member or team of students. Please describe this research in a summary or abstract. Please limit your response to 3000 characters (~500 words).
This scholarship will benefit first and second-year doctoral students enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours within the College of Health Solutions whose research focuses on environmental influences of physical activity and nutrition leading to improved health outcomes.
College of Health Solutions
Deadline: Friday, April 07, 2023
This scholarship is currently accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic year. You will need to sign in to apply.