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Hinton, Stager, and Tanner Women's Health Research Fellowship

Intended to support a masters or doctoral level student, the Hinton, Stager and Tanner Women's Health Research Fellowship is awarded to students within the Department of Kinesiology with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, preference will be given to students who are researching women's health.

Stephanie Hinton, MS'98, created this scholarship in 2014 to provide financial support to graduate students within the Department of Kinesiology. While pursuing her masters degree within the School of Public Health-Bloomington, Ms. Hinton was a recipient of two travel grants and the Lucile M. Swift –Mona M. Russell Scholarship. She now wants to give back to Indiana University and honor Joel Stager, who served as her advisor, and Dave Tanner, who provided statistics support during her masters thesis.