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Students Awarded NUHS Scholarships

by Apr 12, 2019

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National University of Health Sciences recently announced the recipients of 17 institutional scholarships for students pursuing doctorate degrees.

The scholarships awarded to current students at the Illinois campus and Florida site ranged from $1,065 to $3,750. Honorees were selected based on criteria specific to each scholarship, which may include GPA, essay requirements and letters of recommendation.

The scholarships are funded by a variety of memorial, corporate and alumni donations. More information about summer trimester scholarship applications will be emailed to students in the coming weeks.

“Generous donations from our corporate sponsors and alumni makes it possible to provide these scholarships,” said Marc Yambao, NUHS director of financial aid. Donations can be made at

Scholarship Recipients

Standard Process – Yang Cao, Christine Emerson and Brandon Jacob

Smith – Crystal Corona and Dana Muligano

Gear – Collin Gill

Nuetzel – Yekaterina Grinchak

Bucholz – Andrew Johansen

Wolf-Carr -Dana Muligano

Chalmers – Addison Ozakyol

Foot Levelers – Paul Shirk

Anderson – Halima Phelps

Alumni Association – Philip Ryan

Roberts – Jocelyn Faydenko

Rupolo – Jocelyn Faydenko

NUHS – Joel Kiselka

NUHS scholarship recipients

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