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Dr. Cynthia Stone, will retire from Indiana University in 2022 after 30 years of service. To honor the impact that Dr. Stone has made on IU students, faculty and staff please consider a gift to the Stone Family Support Fund, a fund that is the first of its kind at FSPH and will fill a need for students who financially cannot conduct or present critical research and complete their programs.

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Our friend and colleague, Dr. Cynthia Stone, will retire from Indiana University in 2022. Dr. Stone has served IU for over 30 years in roles at the IU School of Nursing and the department of public health, eventually helping establish the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health as a faculty member in the Health Policy & Management Department. In addition to a successful career as an educator and researcher, Dr. Stone has dedicated many years in volunteer service to both the public health and nursing industries. She served as the Chair of Quad Council Coalitions of Public Health Nursing Organization, a past chair of the American Public Health Association, Public Nurse section, APHA Board member, as well as positions serving as a past board member of Indiana State Nurses Association and as Past Vice-Chair of Indiana Home Care and Hospice Service Council. She also served as a member of the Indiana Attorney General's Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Taskforce for four years.

Before retiring, Dr. Stone and her daughters Nicole Stone and Lindsay Stone established the Stone Family Student Support Fund to support graduate students in the MPH Epidemiology, Health Policy & Management, Ph.D. Epidemiology, or Health Policy and Management programs within the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health. The fund will help students cover costs related to research and professional development opportunities, which include, but are not limited to, travel expenses, conference fees, and scholarships.

Today, I encourage you to make a donation to honor the impact that Dr. Stone has made on IU students, faculty and staff. This fund is the first of its kind at FSPH and will fill a need for students who financially cannot conduct or present critical research and complete their programs. Thank you for helping us recognize the outstanding career of Dr. Cynthia Stone.

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