2020 APNA Board of Directors Student Scholars

APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by the APNA Board of Directors, includes registration for the APNA 34th Annual Conference, to be held virtually on September 30 to October 4. In addition, the recipients will receive one year complimentary membership in APNA.

Undergraduate/Pre-Licensure

Reilly Caten
Brigham Young University

Molly Field
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Allison Gelfarb
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Natalie Gerardi
Thomas Jefferson University

Megan Gottsacker
Kent State University

Hannah Ingle
University of Iowa

Julia Karambelas
Seattle University

Alysse Mastriano
Boston College

Glenn Agape Montero
Northern Illinois University

Josie Niedermeier
University of Alabama

Madison Pope
University of North Carolina - Wilmington

Sherry Prichodko
Aurora University

Abigail Schneider
University of Michigan School of Nursing

Ashley Van Slyke
University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing

Shawna Witt
University of Pittsburgh

Graduate

Amina Aden
Arizona State University

Sheri Biggs
Samford University

Rachel Chenoweth
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Katrina Ferracane
University of Illinois at Chicago

Paula Gentile
Wilkes University

Melissa Hathhorn
Walden University

Chantal Hudak
Ohio State University

Ryan Keenan
Fairfield University

Courtney Marden
University of Utah

Nicole Perez
New York University

Marvin Solberg
Wayne State University

Carlton Spotswood
University of Southern Maine

Vicki Surgenavic
Robert Morris University

Angela Tatis
Duke University

Ramona Timberlake
University of Kansas Medical Center
 

Industry Sponsored Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by industry sponsors, will provide registration for the APNA 34th Annual Conference and one year of complimentary membership in APNA.
 

Undergraduate/Pre-Licensure
Sponsored by Neurocrine Biosciences

Grace Anderson
University of Iowa College of Nursing
 

Graduate
Sponsored by AbbVie

Samantha Ault
Ohio State University and Mid-Ohio Behavioral Health, LLC

 
 
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