Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation establishes new scholarship for students pursuing public health degrees in El Paso

With the goals of supporting students wanting to pursue a master’s degree in public health, and increasing the number of public health practitioners in El Paso, the Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation announced a $500,000 commitment to UTHealth Houston during National Public Health Week to establish the Woody and Gayle Hunt Scholarship fund.

Master’s Degree in Artificial Intelligence Now Within Reach of Low-income Students

The accelerated five-year bachelor’s degree in science and master’s degree in AI program is designed to adapt curricular and co-curricular support to enable students to complete their degrees in AI, autonomous systems or machine learning, which are critically important to advance America’s global competitiveness and national security. With this grant, FAU will recruit and train talented and diverse students who are economically disadvantaged and provide them with a unique opportunity to pursue graduate education in a burgeoning field.