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The Chadwick Trust
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Awarded annually to undergraduate students registered at UCL at the time the Scholarship is utilised.
Awarded annually to any postgraduate student at UCL or the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine registered at the time the Fellowship is utilised.
Student proposals and requests for funding from the Trust should not exceed the maximum thresholds of:
- £5,000 for MPhil/PhD students
- £2,500 for Master's students
- £1,250 for undergraduate students.
Due to the limited nature of the funds available, the final amount awarded to successful project proposals is at the discretion of the Trustees and may be less than that initially requested.
Regrettably, the Trustees are able to fund only a relatively small proportion of applications. The Trust typically awards 2-3 Fellowships and 1-2 Scholarships each year.
Deadline for applications – Friday 20 January 2017
All applications and project proposals should demonstrate their relevance to the aims and objectives of the Trust.
Students should also demonstrate the contribution of the research to their programme of study.
Trustees are unable to consider retrospective applications.
Guidance notes for further details:
Examples of projects funded by the Trust:
- Application form for (undergraduate) travelling scholarships
- Application form for (graduate) travelling fellowships
- Reference form
For initial enquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Born in January 1800, Sir Edwin Chadwick was a leading 19th century English social reformer. For many years an assistant to Jeremy Bentham, Chadwick applied Bentham's utilitarianism to the reform of the Poor Law (1834) and to the development of public health measures, particularly in his Report on the Sanitary Conditions of the Labouring Population (1842). He was largely responsible for the passage of the Public Health Act of 1848, which established a board of health. Following his death in July 1890, his work was carried on through the Chadwick Trust, provision for which had been made in his will.
Further information on the life and achievements of Public Health Pioneer and UCL Benefactor, Sir Edwin Chadwick, can be found by visiting the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering web pages.
In accordance with the Scheme for the Charity and on behalf of UCL as trustee, the Chadwick Trust Management Committee is charged:
- To promote the objects to which the funds of the Chadwick Trust and its income are to be applied as laid down in the Trust Deed and to determine policy for the fulfilment of those objects;
- To manage and administer the property of the Chadwick Trust;
- To make such regulations as may be necessary for the management of the Charity and for the conduct of its business.
The Trust awards travelling funds annually to students of UCL or the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to enable them to visit, investigate and report on a current public health problem. The Trust also awards certificates and prizes to students at the above institutions who have shown exceptional merit in subjects within the Trust scheme. Once in every five years the Trust may also make an award to an officer of the Navy, Army or Air Force Medical Services who has especially assisted in the promotion of the health of the armed forces.
- Sarah Price, Chief Officer, Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group (Chair)
- Dr Sarah Bell, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, UCL
- Professor David J. Bradley, Professor of Tropical Hygiene, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
- Dr Brian McCloskey, Director of Global Health, Public Health England
- Dr Pam Sonnenberg, Research Department of Infection and Population Health, UCL
- Professor Nick Tyler, Chadwick Professor of Civil Engineering, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, UCL
Chadwick Certificate and Prize
Awarded annually to an undergraduate of UCL for outstanding merit in the B.Eng examinations with special reference to excellence in Public Health Engineering.
Chadwick Military Prize and Medal
Awarded every five years to an Officer of the Armed Forces who has, in the preceding five years, especially assisted in promoting the health of personnel in the Navy, Army or Air Force.
Chadwick Certificate and Prize for Preventive Medicine
Awarded annually to the most proficient student in the final MBBS examinations in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL.
Chadwick and Allen Daley Prize
Awarded annually for outstanding merit in the MSc degree in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
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