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Lohrmann Family Fellowship

The Lohrmann Family Fellowship is used to support fellowships for graduate students enrolled in the Professional Health Education concentrations of the Master of Public Health program. Recipients will have a record of academic excellence as demonstrated by a GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale. Preference will be given to those with a record of volunteer service.

The Lohrmann Family Fellowship, was established by David and Julie Lohrmann in 2013 for support of MPH students within the School of Public Health. Dr. David K. Lohrmann currently serves as chairperson for the Department of Applied Health Science. His research interests include school health promotion programs and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse prevention. Dr. Julie A. Lohrmann is a psychotherapist and licensed mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist.