Crane Fund for Widows and Children Fellowship/Scholarship

Students with the following eligibility may be awarded the Crane Fund for Widows and Children Fellowship/Scholarship; pursuing a major in Applied Health Science, widows and children of men who, at their death, have left their families without adequate means of support, deserving families of men upon whom they are dependent for support but, because of age or other disability, are unable to adequately support their families; students with disabilities and financial need.

The Crane Fund for Widows and Children is sponsored by the Crane Company of Stamford, Connecticut. Dr. Tony Pantaleoni, a graduate of the Department of Applied Health Science, is a vice president at Crane and has been instrumental in directing this assistance to the School of Public Health.