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ASHS students earn scholarships

March 2, 2010
Posted In: Physician Assistant, Student Headlines

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A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) awarded scholarships to one student from each of the school’s five residential programs at a luncheon held on the Arizona campus on Friday, Feb. 26.

The ASHS Dean’s Scholarship Award is given to students who demonstrate excellence in scholastic accomplishments, professional leadership, and social consciousness as evidenced by achievements during their program of study. “One of the highlights of the Dean’s Scholarship Awards is to see the quality of our students and how they strive to make a difference in people’s lives,” said ASHS Dean Randy Danielsen, Ph.D., PA-C, DFAAPA.

The 2009-10 scholarship award recipients are: Sarah Cayton, athletic training ’10; Rebecca Johnson, audiology ’11; Kendra Mitchell, occupational therapy ’11; Tabitha Hannum, physical therapy ’11; and Robin Lee, physician assistant studies ’10.

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