Siemens Medical Solutions and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists’ Education and Research Foundation have presented scholarships to six ASRT members seeking a baccalaureate or graduate degree related to radiation therapy, the health sciences, management, or education.
The Siemens Clinical Advancement Scholarship Program (previously known as the Siemens Scholarship Award) has jumped in the number of scholarships awarded annually from one to six this year. Each scholarship awarded was for $3,000. Scholarship winners must be graduates of accredited programs in the radiologic sciences.
Siemens has served as a corporate sponsor of the ASRT’s Education and Research Foundation since 1996 and will provide funding for six scholarships of $3,000 each beginning this year through 2008.
This year’s scholarship recipients are:
- Karen J. Carpenter of Marshville, N.C., enrolled in a radiological sciences bachelor’s degree program at Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences;
- John P. Manfredo of Yukon, Okla., enrolled in a healthcare administration master’s degree program at Oklahoma Christian University;
- Jeffrey K. Mullins of Blountville, Tenn., enrolled in a master’s in business administration degree program at the University of Phoenix;
- Gregory P. Musso of Jenks, Okla., enrolled in a business management and healthcare administration master’s degree program at St. Gregory's University;
- Donna J. Rufsholm of Homer, Alaska, enrolled in a health arts bachelor’s degree program at the University of St. Francis; and
- Judith K. Turney of Wauseon, Ohio, enrolled in a healthcare administration bachelor’s degree program at Mercy College of Northwest Ohio.