G2 Intelligence Scholarship Award for Excellence in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Nominate Your Candidate Today!
This annual scholarship is given to help develop future leaders and qualified medical technology professionals. It signifies that the individual(s) has (or have) demonstrated a high level of knowledge, motivation and drive for educational excellence in the clinical laboratory sciences field.
This year, our sponsor, McKesson, is generously donating $2,500 to further the education of an individual student, or group of students enrolled in an accredited program in Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
Criteria for submitting names for selection include:
- A needy or worthy student
- An individual who has achieved or demonstrates a high level of knowledge, motivation and drive for educational excellence in the clinical laboratory sciences
- A student who could develop into a future leader and qualified medical technology professional with the help of this award
Other criteria may also be submitted, but must fit within the scope of this award for consideration.
The scholarship award recipient(s) are to be selected by the school no later than September 14, 2012, and will be announced by G2 Intelligence at its annual Lab Institute conference in Arlington, Virginia, on Friday, October 12, 2012.
To submit a candidate, please provide a brief description of the student, and why they should be considered for the award via email by September 5
to Dan Houder
, COO and Publisher, G2 Intelligence.
2011 Scottia Miller, CLS Program, University of Kentucky
2010 Washington Hospital Centerís MLS/MT Program
2009 Erica Godwin, University of Delaware, Medical Technology Department
2008 Saint Lukeís Hospital Program in Clinical Laboratory Science, Class of 2008-2009
2007 Bridget Kreger, Medical Laboratory Science Program (MLS), University of Vermont.
2006 Arikpo Onda, Rush University Medical Center, Dept. of Pathology & Clinical Laboratory Sciences
2005 Kelly Lucht, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Program
2004 Arizona State Universityís Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program