The UF Center for Arts in Medicine is pleased to announce the Dr. John Graham-Pole Scholarship for Arts in Medicine. This scholarship honors Dr. John Graham-Pole, co-founder of the Center for Arts in Medicine and pioneer in the field. Inspired by Dr. Graham-Pole's vision for arts in medicine, this scholarship is available to one MA in Arts in Medicine student per year.
True to his vision, the Center for Arts in Medicine teaches artists and health professionals to use the arts to bring meaning, joy, and humanity to healthcare and community health by providing hands-on and theoretical understandings of arts in health practice, research, and program administration.
Candidates for admission to the Master of Arts (MA) in Arts in Medicine program may apply. The $1,500 scholarship will recognize academic performance and the potential for future contributions to the field of arts in health.
For additional information about the Center for Arts in Medicine’s online graduate programs, visit https://arts.ufl.edu/academics/center-for-arts-in-medicine/programs/arts-in-medicine/. If you have questions about the scholarship or the online MA in Arts in Medicine, please contact our graduate programs advisor, Eleanor Sommer, at email@example.com.