The Alabama Power Service Organization/Glenda Harris Scholarship (Dietetic Internship/Clinical Nutrition) – This scholarship is sponsored by the Alabama Power Service Organization to honor Glenda Harris and to promote educational opportunities to deserving young adults in the Department of Nutrition Sciences. Selection is made by the Clinical Nutrition faculty; the number and amount of the awards are subject to the availability of funds.
Rebecca L. Bradley Endowed Scholarship (Dietetic Internship) – This scholarship endowment was established in 2005 in honor of Rebecca L. Bradley for her many years of dedicated service as a faculty member and director of the UAB Dietetic Internship program, a position she retained until her retirement in 1998. Applicants must be admitted to or enrolled in the UAB Dietetic Internship Program. Selection is made by the Dietetic Intern program faculty; the number and amount of the awards are determined annually by the faculty based upon the availability of funds.
Carol Brewster Craig Endowed Scholarship (Dietetic Internship/Clinical Nutrition) – The Carol Brewster Craig Endowed Scholarship was established 1992 by gifts made in honor of Ms. Craig, professor and director of the Division of Human Nutrition and Dietetics until her retirement, to commemorate the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Dietetic Internship program at UAB. Applicants must be admitted to or enrolled in the professional phase of either the Dietetic Internship or the M.S. Clinical Nutrition degree programs and demonstrate solid academic promise. Selection of the recipients is made by a departmental scholarship committee; the number and amount of the annual awards are determined by the committee based upon the availability of funds.
Howerde E. Sauberlich Endowed Award for Excellence in Nutrition Sciences Research – The Sauberlich Award endowment was established in 2003 in memory of Dr. Howerde E. Sauberlich, longtime nutrition sciences faculty member and a pioneer in the study of macro- and micronutrients, through a generous gift from his wife, Irene, along with gifts from other donors. The award is used to recognize and financially support students for superior performance in research of an area of the nutrition sciences. Selection is made by departmental committees for the Clinical Nutrition master’s program and the Nutrition Sciences Ph.D. program; the number and amount of the awards are determined by the committees based upon the availability of funds.