Scott A. Gunder, MD, DCMS Presidential Scholarship

$1,500

April 15, 2019

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Scott A. Gunder, MD, was a person with a vision to return something to the community that had given him so much. Early in his term as the 136th president of the Dauphin County Medical Society, he wanted to establish a scholarship for a deserving medical student. As a clinical assistant professor of medicine, and from his own experience, he knew the tremendous commitment it takes to earn a medical degree—and the high cost.

    Eligibility for scholarship applicants include the following:
    -Applicant must be a bona fide resident of Pennsylvania for at least 12 months before registering as a medical student (not including time spent attending an undergraduate/graduate school in Pennsylvania)
    -Applicant must be a second-year medical student
    -Applicant must be enrolled full time at Penn State College of Medicine
    -Membership to the Pennsylvania Medical Society and county medical society – membership is free

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society
  • c/o The Foundation
  • 777 East Park Drive, PO Box 8820
  • Harrisburg, PA 17105-8820
  • studentservices-foundation@pamedsoc.org
  • tel: 717-558-7854
  • fax: 717-558-7818

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