Announcing new health professional and law school Pro-Life scholarship recipients

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Thanks to your generous support, our Education department awarded 18 new scholarships to students in our health professional and law school program!  These students all over Texas represent two law schools and seven health professional schools.  As you can imagine, a respect for the sanctity of Life from conception to natural death is not always taught in higher education, and can even be actively opposed with curriculum endorsing euthanasia or abortion.  Your graduate scholars work extremely hard to bring sound bioethics information to their universities by hosting speakers and volunteer events, and social networking days for their fellow Pro-Life students.

 

Dr. Joseph Witherspoon Pro-Life Law Student Scholarship

University of Houston Law Center – Rebecca Koval

University of Houston Law Center – Ethan Steadman

SMU Dedman Law School – Christopher Gambini

SMU Dedman Law School – Dan Huddleston

 

Dr. Edward Hannigan Pro-Life Health Professional Student Scholarship

Howard College – Nursing – Rebecca Allen

McGovern Medical School – Mark Knackstedt

McGovern Medical School – Eric Fris

Texas A&M Masters in Nursing – Rebecca Roszhart

Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine – Emily Gonzalez

Texas A&M College of Pharmacy – Jacob Sellers

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Abilene – Nursing – Courtney Nicole Bray

Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine – Sean Noormohamed

Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine – Elsy Elizabet Rivera

Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine – Andres Eduardo Guerrero Criado

UT Medical Branch at Galveston – Occupational Therapy – Sydney Britton

UT Medical Branch at Galveston – Physician Assistant – Claire Bock

UT Medical Branch at Galveston School of Medicine – Shelby Luikart

UT San Antonio School of Medicine – Nicoel Mattes

UT San Antonio School of Medicine – Ana Ojeda-Prias

 

 

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