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2019-2020 Margolis Scholars

2019-2020 Margolis Scholars

 

Thank you for your interest in making a gift to the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy.

Duke-Margolis is dedicated to improving health and the value of health care for all. Philanthropy from individuals, foundations, and corporations is critical to our ability to educate tomorrow’s health policy leaders and provide evidence-based health policy solutions that affect how health care is delivered, financed, and regulated.

Gifts in the following priority areas are meaningful investments in our work to improve health and health care in communities in North Carolina, across the nation, and around the world

  • Students—financial support for Margolis Scholars and summer interns
  • Faculty—professorships that help recruit and retain expert health policy faculty; funding that supports faculty pursuits and collaborations in health policy research and education
  • Research—seed funding for innovative research projects; meetings and symposia that convene eminent thought leaders to address specific health policy challenges
  • Unrestricted Support—core program funding and growth; flexible resources that enable the Center to address emerging issues and take on promising research and education opportunities

During this time of crisis, gifts in the following areas will help to advance Duke-Margolis’s work focused on the COVID-19 response:

  • Policy—support for applied research, policy analysis, and technical assistance to inform and guide policy reforms on both specific timely specific topics and overall COVID-19 response strategies
  • Students—support for classes, teaching, and internships related to our work on COVID-19
  • Outreach—support for disseminating timely policy updates and informing the public related to COVID-19

For information on these or additional funding opportunities at Duke-Margolis and for information about ways to give , please contact:

Shannon Reavis​

Sr. Program Director, Strategic Initiatives

Office of University Development | Duke University

shannon.reavis@duke.edu

(919) 613-8894 – office