W.W. Patty School of Public Health Alumni Scholarship
The W.W. Patty School of Public Health Alumni Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students in the School of Public Health. General qualifications include scholastic achievement and professional participation in the activities of the School.
Willard W. Patty was Indiana University's first dean of the School of Public Health, when it was named School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. Under his leadership, the School rose to national stature and produced some of the finest professionals in the fields of public health, physical education, and recreation. This award is presented annually in his honor by the School of Public Health Alumni Association Board.