Six LECOM students receive $2,000 scholarships

Six Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine students each received a $2,000 scholarship from the Advocates for the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association, or APOMA.

 
From left, Carly Davis, Nicolas
Mead, Ian Humphreys and Jessica
DeSalvo. Missing from the photo 
are Tameka Sisco and Jill
Cheeseman.
The APOMA Scholarship was awarded to fourth-year medical students Jill Cheeseman and Nicolas Mead and third-year students Ian Humphreys and Tameka Sisco. This scholarship is a need-based award designated for third- or fourth-year students who demonstrate scholarship, leadership and citizenship.

First-year medical students Carly Davis and Jessica DeSalvo received the APOMA KIN Scholarship, given to the son, daughter or grandchild of a POMA member. It is a one-time scholarship given to those students who demonstrate scholarship, leadership and community service to the medical school. Davis' father, W. Jeffrey Davis, D.O., is a POMA member and practices in Stewartstown, Pa. DeSalvo's father is Anthony DeSalvo, D.O., a POMA member practicing in Havertown, Pa.
November 30, 2007
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