Bonner Fellows

Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Hunger Fellows
Bonner Center Public Health Fellows
      Who Is Eligible?
      Requirements
      How Do I Get Started?
      Frequently Asked Questions
      Social Justice Issues Our Communities Face
      Is It Worth It? What Scholars Say

Bonner Center Fellows

Fellows concentrate on issues-based projects, often in cooperation and coordination with Bonner Center community site and project coordinators and community partners. They work directly under the supervision of Bonner staff. The Corella and Betram F. Bonner Hunger Fellows are involved in hunger, food security, sovereignty and food justice issues. Bonner Center Public Health Fellows are engaged in multiple, systemic issues (socio-economic, health behaviors, physical environment, access to clinical care) that effect health outcomes and the wellbeing of the communities we work with. 

Andrew Young, Community Engagement Training Coordinator 
Regina Gardner, Corella and Betram F. Bonner Hunger Fellow
Sophia Perlmutter, Corella and Betram F. Bonner Hunger Fellow
Mamta Gurung, Bonner Center Public Health Fellow
Mamta Gurung, Bonner Center Public Health Fellow

Hunger Fellows application information.
Public Health Fellows application information

Scholars' Help Pages (Link)
How-to rules, guides and advice about maintaining good standing in the program.

Who is Eligible?
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Requirements
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• Premester attendance

Hunger Fellows Requirements
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Public Health Fellows Requirements
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