16 posts categorized "Scholarships"


PressofAtlanticCity.com: South Jersey graduates say money plays key role in college choices

Lauren Berger, of Hammonton, plans to attend the Rutgers School of Pharmacy. Michelina Hesse, of Mullica Township, will attend the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, also for pharmacy. Both students will get scholarships. “The college is giving me some money, but it’s still a lot to go there,” Hesse said. “But it was the best choice for me and what I want to do.”

Read more: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/south-jersey-graduates-say-money-plays-key-role-in-college/article_3fb6ac7c-cd6b-11e2-9a01-0019bb2963f4.html


Tcpalm.com: Two St. Lucie County students win at International Science and Engineering Fair:

Neha Kambam Reddy, 16, a junior from Fort Pierce attends Lincoln Park Academy. She presented her project, “Sustaining Ecological Biodiversity with Highly Specific RNA Interference (RNAi)”. Neha also won a special award, a four year scholarship to the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, valued at $60,000.

Read more: http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2013/may/29/two-st-lucie-county-students-win-at-international-/


Kyforward.com: Lexmark-sponsored Team Kentucky awarded at Intel International Science Fair in Phoenix

Seventeen Kentucky high schoolers who won the state’s Science Fair were sent by Lexmark to Phoenix, Az. last week to compete in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Representing Kentucky, they joined more than 1,500 students from 70 countries. Ten of the 17 won an award and the group returned with a total of 14 awards. Eight received a “Grand Award” by finishing in the top four of their category. The team won a total of $9,000 in prize money, two all-expense-paid trips to Switzerland and a $60,000 four-year tuition scholarship to Philadelphia’s University of the Sciences.

Read more: http://www.kyforward.com/our-schools/2013/05/22/lexmark-sponsored-team-kentucky-awarded-at-intel-international-science-fair-in-phoenix/


DigitalJournal.com: Interview with Joanna Kotrotsios from Hermes Expo International

On May 11, Joanna Kotrotsios chatted in-person with Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about being a recipient of the prestigious Hellenic Times scholarship. Joanna revealed that she has been accepted and will be attending an accelerated pharmacy doctorate program at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/350450


David Michael Reid Foundation Awards

The second DMR Foundation scholarship will be awarded to Marple Newtown High senior Dorela Priftanji. Her family came to the United States from Albania when she was 6 years old. She was chosen from a pool of more than 100 applicants nominated by their high schools, based on her academics, involvement in extracurricular activities and dedication to community programs. She will be going to The University of the Sciences in the fall. A ceremony will be held at Marple Newtown today (1 p.m.) to present the scholarship. The DMR Foundation, Inc. is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation. All donations to the foundation (dmrfoundation.org) are fully tax-deductible.

Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/high_school/123505519.html

Cardinal Health Supports Future Pharmacists with $1.1 Million Pharmacy Scholarship Program

As part of its continuing commitment to supporting future pharmacists, Cardinal Health today announced a new college scholarship program, making $1.1 million in scholarship funds available to thirteen pharmacy schools across the United States. Schools receiving scholarship funding in Cardinal Health's Pharmacy Scholarship Program include: Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at University of the Sciences (Philadelphia, Penn.).

Read more: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cardinal-health-supports-future-pharmacists-with-11-million-pharmacy-scholarship-program-123610304.html