Alanis Stansberry, a second-year student in the UAB PhD in Nutrition Sciences program, has been selected as a 2023-2024 Fellow of Albert Schweitzer Fellowship of Alabama (ASF).
Her cohort of 21 graduate students is the largest class to date for Alabama’s Schweitzer Fellowship. Of the 21 students selected, 12 of them are UAB graduate students. For the next 13 months, the new fellows will spend their time immersed in community public health projects.
“A lot of people apply because the opportunity provides a lot of good training, such as how to better communicate with people, how to properly organize events, how to become a better leader, and so much more, so I’m just honored and excited to be a part of this opportunity and join the Schweitzer Fellow family,” said Stansberry.
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