AIHA General Scholarship

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Scholarship is endowed from funds donated by the Association. All students meeting the AIHF general scholarship criteria are eligible for this scholarship. 

AIHA is an organization of professionals dedicated to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental factors arising in or from the workplace that may result in injury, illness, impairment or affect the well-being of workers and members of the community. Founded in 1939, AIHA has grown to become the largest international association serving the needs of occupational and environmental scientists and engineers practicing industrial hygiene in industry, government, labor, academia, and independent organizations.

AIHA is devoted to maintaining the highest professional standards for its members, including assisting its members in obtaining the higher education vitally important to protecting the workforce. The AIHA Scholarship is awarded to a qualified graduate or undergraduate student to help develop the specialized knowledge and skills necessary to perform this important work.

Recipients

2015
Rachel N. Long, University of Michigan
Larisa A. Maue, Murray State University 

2014
Linh Thuy Phan, University of Illinois at Chicago

2013
Megan F. Moore University of Alabama at Birmingham 

2012
Kyle L. Naylor, U
tah ​State University 

2011
Julia Lippert, University of Illinois - Chicago 

2010
Gideon St. Helen, University of Georgia
Adowa Agyepong, University of Georgia
 

2009
Olorunfemi T. Adetona, University of Georgia
Nancy Brinton, University of Utah
 

2008
Brie M. Hawley, Colorado State University
Kerry J. Krause, University of Iowa
Braxton V. Lewis, West Virginia University
Jennifer M. Thomasen, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
 

2007
Khadeeja Abdullah, University of California - Los Angeles
John Breskey, University of Illinois - Chicago
Loren Kaehn, University of Washington 

2006
Jason Nakatsu, Colorado State University

2005
Olga K. Magas, University Of Oklahoma

2004
Lezah Brown-Ellington, University of Illinois - Chicago

2002
Maria E. Gutierrez, University of Oklahoma

2001
Heather J. McCutcheon, University of Oklahoma

2000
Kaizad Munshi, University of Minnesota