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CHSP honors scholarship winners


Nearly 100 of the top students in the College of Health Sciences and Professions were recognized for their achievements during the 39th Annual Scholarship Awards Reception held inside Ohio University’s Grover Center on Friday, Sept. 7.

“We have over 9,000 students enrolled in more than 30 academic majors across five schools and departments. Of those 9,000 — one of the largest health colleges in America — you’re the top 1 percent in this college,” said CHSP Dean Randy Leite to a crowd of students, family and friends. “That’s a real achievement and I think you should all be congratulated for your hard work.

Those in attendance sat in the Grover Center Atrium under banners that “describe who we are as a college,” said Leite.

“Our college is a place where everything connects; Where high-tech meets healing touch; Where personal passion meets public good,” he said. “We’re a place where our students have the chance to learn, develop and grow into the best professionals they can be.”

Leite acknowledged the faculty and staff of CHSP that help make the college known for the quality of its academic programs and the success of its graduates, adding that CHSP has multiple programs that are rated in the top 10 percent of similar programs in the nation.

The following are recipients of college-wide awards. A full list of scholarship winners can be found here.

 

Anonymous Scholarship

Katie Panik — Elyria, Ohio

Alexis Ronevich — Willowick, Ohio

 

Area Six Health Services Scholarship

Paige Collins — Barnesville, Ohio

Kalynn Seymour — Racine, Ohio

Erin Swatzel — Reedsville, Ohio

Jaid Bly — Bloomingdale, Ohio

Nichole Dejesu — Coshocton, Ohio

Sydney Ross — Athens, Ohio

 

Moffitt Endowed Scholarship

Aurora Santiago-Flores — The Plains, Ohio

 

Hilda Richards Scholarship

Caylah Awis — Toledo, Ohio

 

Vivian Roberts Home Economic Scholarship

Zoe Collaros — Worthington, Ohio

 

College of Health Sciences and Professions General Scholarship

Laura Bourne — Newcomerstown, Ohio

Maye Florian — Hampstead, Md.

Olivia Trickett — Euclid, Ohio

 

College of Health Sciences and Professions Scholarship Support Fund

Katelyn Haney — Thurman, Ohio

Stephanie Minning — Cincinnati, Ohio

Baileigh Lewis — Parkersburg, W.Va.

Savannah Smith — Pomeroy, Ohio

 

Mary-Lyell Rogers Memorial Scholarship

Amber Cree — Baltimore, Ohio

Shannon Gray — West Chester, Pa.

 

Gainor Family Scholarship for the College of Health Sciences and Professions

Stephanie Minning — Cincinnati, Ohio