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Physician Assistant Students Win Scholarships

November 8, 2021

Four CNHP physician assistant students were awarded scholarships for essays they submitted to the Pennsylvania Society for Physician Assistants.

Prenna Jackson, who's essay addressed "How to Diversify the PA Profession," is one of two PA students in the state of Pennsylvania chosen for the 2021 Thomas J. Lemley Award for Health Disparities Competition.

Elizabeth Sinclair, Samantha Noel and Kacie Riebman were awarded scholarships based on their essay submissions for the Nathaniel Alston Student Achievement Scholarships, which recognizes students who have demonstrated the highest standards of the PA profession through their experience and knowledge by promoting goodwill, public recognition and professional development of the PA profession.

The scholarships were awarded at the 46th PSPA Annual CME Conference held in October. Pictured left to right are Kacie Riebman, Samantha Noel, Helen Hiserman (PSPA Awards Committee Chair), and Elizabeth Sinclair.