Undergraduate

Dale W. Evans Fellowship/Scholarship

Students in majors under the Department of Applied Health Science are eligible for the Dale W. Evans Fellowship/Scholarship. Preference is given to those studying health education for teaching in a K-12 school or university setting. The number, amount, and recipients of the scholarship are determined by a scholarship committee of the School of Public Health.

Dale W. Evans and his wife, Stephanie Eatmon, created this scholarship to support students studying the field in which Dr. Evans spent his career building upon. After receiving bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the George Williams College, Dr. Evans graduated from Indiana University with a Doctorate in Health and Safety in 1969. He continued his career in academia as professor, teacher and researcher, first at the University of Houston and then California State University-Long Beach. Dr. Evans’ major interests include professional preparation of health teachers and he has spent time leading professional development health education courses in American schools overseas.