Mary Ellen Quinn won a GGS Scholarship in grad school and went on to win the Marietta Suhart Award as a teacher at theMedical College of Georgia.

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Student Scholarships

Forms:

Scholarship Submission Information Memo (PDF)

Paper Scholarship Nomination Form (WORD)

 
Past Scholarship Winners (back to 2004)(PDF)



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2016 Scholarship Winners

ROBERT P. WRAY UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Leila Collins

College/University: Georgia State University

Leila Collins is working towards her Bachelor of Business Administration in Managerial Sciences from Georgia State University. Her professional goals include managing a large scale Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) that builds on the beauty of enhancing the lives of older adults as they age and helps them maintain a sense of connectivity and self-worth.

VIRGINIA M. SMYTH SCHOLARSHIP

Sean McGlynn

College/University: Georgia Institute of Technology

Sean McGlynn is working towards his PhD in Engineering Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research focuses on what people can do throughout life to promote a successful aging process and how technology can be best designed to facilitate aging successfully.

 

 

The Georgia Gerontology Society provides
scholarship opportunities to outstanding graduate and undergraduate students who are committed to pursuing a career in the field of aging.

Two scholarships are awarded each year. The Robert P. Wray Scholarship of $2,000 is awarded to one undergraduate student, and the Virginia M. Smyth Scholarship of $3,000 is awarded to one graduate student to promote students’ interest in age-related issues and to promote professional development in gerontology.

Contribute to the GGS Scholarship Fund

Donations to the Scholarship Program are greatly appreciated. To learn more about the Scholarship Program, contact Amanda James at administrator@georgiagerontologysociety.org

Past Scholarship Winners (back to 2004)(PDF)




 

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