Nov 20, 2012

NYU Wagner Student Chosen to Receive NHHF's Health Professional Student Scholarship

Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan, a student at NYU Wagner, has been chosen to receive the National Hispanic Health Foundation's 2012 Health Professional Student Scholarship, and will be honored at the Ninth Annual New York Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship Gala Dinner on  Nov. 29. The $5,000 scholarship is part of the Foundation's goal of recognizing and rewarding dental, medical, nursing, public health, and policy students who exhibit exceptional academic performance, leadership, and commitment to the Hispanic community. The National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF) is located at the New York Academy of Medicine and affiliated with NYU Wagner.

Christopher is in the MPA/Health Policy & Management program at Wagner and is Vice President of Operations for the Wagner Student Association. His specialization is Health Services Management.

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