Scholarships & Awards

Students can receive a scholarship or award up to two times. Each spring, students enrolled in the program can apply for an Academic Scholarship. Each fall, students can apply for a Service Award, which recognizes exceptional service in the field of Gerontology. Students that present their research at the annual Fulton Conference are eligible for a cash prize for "Best Poster" relating to Gerontology. These three opportunities are available each year to current Gerontology students.

2019 Service Award Recipients

20 students from Athletic Training, Dietetics, Exercise & Wellness, Exercise Science, Family Life, Latin American Studies, Neuroscience, Nursing, and Physiology & Developmental Biology

Kevin Moncada, Evan Starr, Kelsey Morrow, Rebecca Nemrow, Kevin Noorda

Amanda Rasmussen, Lizzy Knibb, Cassie Powers, Steven Scheidt, Seth Smith

Kevin Moncada, Evan Starr, Kelsey Morrow, Rebecca Nemrow, Kevin Noorda

Jennifer Griffith, Melanie Rugg, Curtis Hixon, Lyndie Smith, Joey Sheppard

 

Kevin Moncada, Evan Starr, Kelsey Morrow, Rebecca Nemrow, Kevin Noorda

Henry Van Slooten, Hayden Anderson, Megan Murphy, Caleb Preece, Rachael Brueck, Sadie Monson, Mandy Gilmour, Tamisen Deetz, Brittany Johnston

    

2019 "Best Poster" Award

Gerontology students enrolled in the minor program are eligible to participate in the annual Fulton Mentored Learning Conference, where students can present their research and win cash prizes for "Best Poster."  The conference gives students an opportunity to orally present their research to other students, faculty members, and the public. Students can get more information about the Fulton Conference here. This year's Gerontology Poster award winner is:

Schuyler Nebeker & Team

Left to Right: Dr. Jeremy Yorgason (program director), Valin Heward, Timilie Gherkins, Claire Hunsaker, Kevin Moncada, Andrea Warnick, Lauren Young, Michael Scott, Sarah Rogers (program secretary)