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 Good News: SRU senior earns scholarship to Case Western medical school 



SRU Good News for April 16, 2009


SRU senior earns scholarship to Case Western medical school


Jeremy Gebhart, a Slippery Rock University exercise science major from New Castle, has been admitted to Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine on a scholarship valued at $80,000. 

            Gebhart received the "Case Western Reserve University Dean's Scholarship" which will provide $20,000 a year toward medical school.  He begins in July after a local internship at Jameson Memorial Hospital.

            "I'm learning toward a career in orthopedics/sports medicine," he said.

            Gebhart, who will graduate from SRU May 2, has received several scholarships at SRU, including the Brooker Scholarship and the Fred and Mary Roby Scholarship, offered through the department of exercise and rehabilitative sciences. He was named a 2009 SRU Presidential Scholar.

            He is a member of the SRU Honors Program and has worked as an organic chemistry tutor. Gebhart is also involved with the Strength and Conditioning Association and was president of the Rock Racquetball Club his junior year.


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