"Honoring Those Who Gave"
From the oFFice oF Maria Gutierrez-Ospitia, recipient of AdvAncement the 2008 Michael Bruton Workplace Safety Fellowship and the 2008 Scrimshaw Latino Health Scholarship, with her daughter Luisa H o n o r i n g t h o s e w h o g av e . . . The School of Public Health is supported by hundreds of generous donors each year. In gratitude of this unwavering support, the School of Public Health held Shaffdeen and Linda Amuwo the first annual Donor Recognition Luncheon on Friday, Amuwo minority Fellowship April 11, 2008 at the Rosebud Restaurant. Students Janine Lewis, 2008 recipient who received this year’s endowed funds joined the donors who made their awards possible at the event, Eugene and Bonnie Minsky held prior to the school’s third annual Student Research Bonnie c. minsky AwArd Forum and Awards Day. The award recipients were Erin Murphy, 2008 recipient honored at the event for recognition of academic excellence, quality of leadership and community service. Lanny and Terry Passaro douglAs pAssAro internAtionAl AwArd The luncheon was hosted by UIC SPH Interim Dean Dr. Katherine Heiman & Lora Oswald, 2008 recipients Sylvia Furner, who provided an introduction to this year’s donors and award recipients. Dean-Designate Dr. Paul Frank Lacey and Jennifer Lacey Brandt-Rauf was also in attendance. lorettA prAtt lAcey memoriAl scholArship Linnea Evans, 2008 recipient “Seeing all of this young talent around the tables moves me,” Dr. Brandt-Rauf said at the event. “As an educator all of my Tom Bruton life, this is what it is all about – our next generation.” michAel Bruton workplAce sAFety Fellowship The work of students, faculty, and staff at School of Public Maria Gutierrez, 2008 recipient Health would not be possible if not for the generous and Paul Goldstein and Nasrin Mahani consistent support of our donors. And for that reason, on the next few pages we would like to acknowledge estelle goldstein memoriAl scholArship the generosity of the individuals, corporations, and 1st awardee to be named in 2009 foundations whose financial support has benefited the School of Public Health. 15 Healthviews | Spring/SUMMEr 2008