Increasing Accessibility of Legal Services to Improve the Health of Alabama’s Rural Citizens
Lita, pictured in Selma in front of the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Selma is also the location of RHMPI's main office.

Increasing Accessibility of Legal Services to Improve the Health of Alabama’s Rural Citizens

By Jasmine E. Crenshaw The Relationship Between Law and Public Health Lita Waggoner, a current Alabama Schweitzer Fellow, found her project inspiration during one of her undergraduate public health classes.…

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2021 Recruitment Underway

ASF of Alabama is pleased to announce that the application for 2021-22 applicants is now available! We are seeking up to 14 students dedicated to serving the community, learning leadership…

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Give Thanks

This Thanksgiving season, the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship of Alabama is excited to host an event that celebrates a time to come together with loved ones and show appreciation. Dr. Albert…

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Partnering on the Adventure Through Life

Recently, Kristin Boggs, Executive Director of the Alabama Schweitzer Fellowship, spoke with Kaye Culp to discuss her 2020-21 Fellowship project. Kaye described how she is using her experience both as…

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