By making a gift directly to the School of Public Policy, you strengthen our academic program and ensure that students have the resources they need to make the most of their studies here.
Your gift can support activities in general – designate Public Policy for your gift. Donors also support Shinogle Fellowship and the Alumni Graduate Fellowship to help outstanding public policy students pursue their graduate studies.
Cheryl A. Camillo is the recipient of the 2016 Judith A. Shinogle Memorial Fellowship.
Cheryl is a PhD student in the health policy track. She is currently an assistant professor at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGSPP) at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada, where she teaches health and social policy and conducts research on health systems reforms with federal states.
The family of Dr. Judith Shinogle established the Memorial Award in her memory to provide support for doctoral students committed to health policy research. Dr. Shinogle had a distinguished and productive career as a health policy analyst and researcher. At the time of her death, she was a senior research scientist with the UMBC Maryland Institute for Policy Analysis and Research, and an adjunct faculty member of the School of Public Policy.
Watch a video of the 2016 Shinogle Lecture with Cheryl Camillo.
Past recipients of the Shinogle Fellowship are:
Michael T. Abrams (2016)
Alison Mitchell (2014)
Stephen S. Johnston (2013)
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The Public Policy Alumni Graduate Fellowship is supported by contributions from Public Policy alumni.
The 2016 Public Policy Alumni Fellow is Gregory Fitzgerald. A part-time MPP student in the education policy track, Greg is the Chief of Staff and Title IX Coordinator at Notre Dame of Maryland University. Prior to coming to Notre Dame, he worked for the Maryland Higher Education Commission and the Maryland General Assembly.
Greg is a Maryland native and graduate of University of Maryland, College Park, where he received a BA in Political Science and Government. When deciding where to pursue the MPP degree, Greg said: “the School of Public Policy’s outstanding reputation and faculty made it an easy decision.” He chose education policy because: “a quality education can be the single most important influence on an individual’s future. Providing supportive policies can really make all the difference. The MPP will allow me to continue to advance in the field and make a meaningful difference on behalf of students.”
Here are the past recipients of the Alumni Graduate Fellowship:
Renee Whitby (2015)
Molly Coplan (2014)
Mark Bennett (2013)
Gretchen Shaub (2012)
Carlos Castaneda Veliz (2010)
Go here to donate to this fund – indicate Public Policy Alumni Graduate Fellowship for your contribution.