Senior Biology-Premed Student Receives Scholarship
Samantha Adams, Clarks Summit, Pa., senior biology/pre-med major, was recently awarded the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship from the Society of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick (FSSP) of Lackawanna County. With the hope of enlarging an appreciation of Irish heritage, culture, and faith, the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship is awarded to a student of Marywood University, in alternate years, who wishes to study in Ireland for a semester. The Scholarship recipient is chosen based on a grade point average of 3.0 or above, service, activities, interest, work experience, a personal statement and essay, and letters of recommendation.
Members of the Society of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick of Lackawanna County presented Ms. Adams with a check in the presence of FSSP committee members, faculty, and administration of Marywood University.
Pictured (left to right): Ann Boland-Chase, vice president for enrollment services and student success at Marywood University; Timothy Pryle, FSSP member and past president; Timothy M. Doherty, FSSP president; Samantha Adams, recipient of the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship; Patrick J. Sheridan, FSSP chairman of the Scholarship Committee; Nancy Maloney, associate director of international and multicultural initiatives at the University; and Christopher Speicher, Ph.D., associate professor in the School of Business and Global Innovation at Marywood University.
For additional information about the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship, please visit www.friendlysons.org/.
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