Phi Beta Psi Sorority scholarship

May 18—Phi Beta Psi Sorority, Xi Chapter of Batesville, is pleased to announce that six area students have been recipients of a $l,000 scholarship for the upcoming school year. This scholarship is awarded to individuals who will be studying in medical fields having a connection to treating cancer patients or aiding in the cure of cancer.

This year scholarships go to Shelby Bastin, Versailles, who will be attending Northern Kentucky University on a 4-year program in Radiation Therapy; and to Kayla Kramer, Greensburg, who will be attending Indiana University of Indianapolis on a 4-year program for Radiologic Science.

There are four young ladies who received renewals of their scholarships from last year. They are Kendra Buckley, Rushville, sophomore at IVY Tech in Radiology; Olivia O'Dell, Greensburg, a senior at IUPUI in Sonography; Carley Pride, Batesville, a junior at UC in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology, and Ashley Seals, Laurel, a sophomore at IUPUI in Medical Imaging Technology. Savannah Noble of Brookville has been named an alternate.

Phi Beta Psi is a national sorority which was formed to help find a cure for cancer, so scholarships are awarded to individuals who are interested in the fields of Medical Technology, Radiology Technology, Medical Lab Technology, Nuclear Medicine, Cytotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology Oncology, Medical Physics, Epidemiology, or Medical Diagnostic Sonography.

Applications are available at all local schools in January of each year. You do not need to be a high school student to apply. We welcome applications from those who are already in the work force.

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