Amazon “Invent and Simplify” Scholarship

One of Amazon’s leadership principles is “Invent and Simplify”. In awarding the Amazon “Invent and Simplify” Scholarship, preference will be given to a graduate or post-graduate student conducting or planning to conduct research or a capstone project that (1) is innovative in the field of industrial hygiene, occupational health, or related field and (2) has the potential to provide direct impact (efficient, easy, or scalable) on the profession or the health of workers.

In awarding the Amazon Scholarship, students meeting the AIHF general scholarship criteria are eligible to apply.


Recipients

2023 - 2024
Laura Calvimontes Barrientos, Colorado State University
David Bolade, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Rucheng Fang, University of Utah
Pedro Flores Gallardo, University of Arizona
Ryan Hines, Johns Hopkins University
Subin Han, Purdue University
Emma Landskroner, University of California, Los Angeles
Chang Geun Lee, Purdue University
Jung Hyun Lee, Purdue University
Alexander Mendell, University of Toronto
Megan McMahan, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Rachel Thompson, City University of New York
Seunghyeon Yang, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Mingze Zhu, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

2022 - 2023
David Bolade, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Travis Cribbs, University of California, Los Angeles
Runcheng Fang, University of Utah
Alexander Mendell, University of Toronto
Toluwanimi Oni, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Raquel Rickard, Tulane University
David Schutt, Colorado State University
Allison Wasley, Montana Technological University
Seunghyeon Yang, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Mingze Zhu, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

2021 - 2022
Rachel Daines, Utah State University
Cristina Gomez, University of Michigan
Alexander Mendell, The City University of New York (CUNY)
Cara O'Donnell, Montana Technological University
Toluwanimi Oni, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

2020 - 2021
Kelsey Strandberg, University of Iowa

2019 - 2020
Emilio Ronquillo, University of Michigan