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Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Awards Scholarships

Four high school seniors who live in Union County and who plan to study health-related college majors received $1,000 Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Scholarships at recent high school award ceremonies:

Emily Daniel, a senior at Marysville High School, plans to study Neuroscience at Wright State University.

LeAnna Dunn, a senior at North Union High School, plans to study Medical Assistant Technology at the University of Northwestern Ohio.

Jacob Nicol, a senior at Fairbanks High School, plans to study Nursing at the University of Toledo.

Paiten Riley, a senior at Marysville High School, plans to study Pediatric Occupational Therapy at Miami University.

Emily Daniel and LeAnna Dunn have participated in the Memorial Hospital Student Volunteer Program and collectively dedicated over 250 volunteer hours to Memorial since 2015.

The applications were submitted to the Union County Foundation, which administers the scholarships. The Memorial Hospital Medical Staff has awarded scholarships to area seniors for thirteen years.


Student receives Bowling Green scholarship

Rachel Chesbrough from Marysville has been accepted as a top scholar into the Science and Math Education in ACTION program at Bowling Green State University as an incoming freshman for fall 2019. 

As a four-year scholarship recipient, Rachel will receive up to $20,000 toward college expenses based on continued state funding.  Scholarships are provided to assist undergraduate students who are enrolled in the College of Education and Human Development and intend to become science and/or mathematics teachers at the middle or high school levels. 

Participants engage in hands-on learning experiences throughout the program.  They also complete a community internship and conduct research projects related to science, math and education. 

The ACTION program is a Choose Ohio First grant program funded by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and is a partnership between the State of Ohio and Bowling Green State University. 

Additional information about the ACTION program at BGSU can be found at

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