This $1,500 award, conferred by SOPHE on behalf of the Foundation for the Advancement of Health Education (FAHE), recognizes doctoral students for their academic achievement; applicant’s potential for advancing the health of children and youth; professional goals; and the caliber of the documents
This $3,000 award, conferred by SOPHE on behalf of the Foundation for the Advancement of Health Education (FAHE), will be presented to a talented and committed teacher in an elementary, middle school, or high school for graduate study at the master’s level.
This award recognizes early career health educators who have distinguished themselves as promising health educators through leadership, creativity, involvement in the profession, and health education practice in their setting.
This award recognizes individuals or groups who have distinguished themselves by applying innovative, non-commercial technology in health education that can be broadly disseminated and has the potential to make a significant impact in health education practice.
The Brown Foundation for Educational Equity, Excellence and Research works to foster academic achievement among our nation's young minority scholars and advance educational equity and multicultural understanding. The first Brown Foundation scholarship was awarded in 1989 in an effort to cultivate minority educators. This was predicated upon a report by the Carnegie Forum on Education and the Economy which stated that, "Schools form children's opinions about the larger society and their own futures.
The Kobe College Corporation-Japan Education Exchange (KCC-JEE) Graduate Fellowships Program was established in 1996 to support qualified graduate students for research or study in Japan. The purpose of the fellowship is to support future American educators who will teach more effectively about Japan. One fellowship of $30,000 will be awarded. Applicants may affiliate with Kobe College (Kobe Jogakuin) for award year, if selected.