Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy Students Earn National Education Grants

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Three students from Wilkes University’s Nesbitt School of Pharmacy are the recipients of 2021 Educational Grants from Lambda Kappa Sigma. Lambda Kappa Sigma is a professional pharmacy fraternity that provides lifelong opportunities for women in pharmacy through professional excellence and personal growth. Grants are provided to organizational members who have exhibited leadership, scholarship and dedication to the profession of pharmacy.

Cora E. Craven Educational Grants in the amount of $1,000 were awarded to Deanna Fox, Freeland, Pa.; Michelle Gronski, Wilburton, Pa.; and Phoebe (Thahn Truc) Vo, Greencastle, Pa. Letitia Warunek, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, serves as advisor to the Wilkes chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma.

The Educational Grants Program is funded by the Lambda Kappa Sigma Educational Trust. The Educational Trust was established in 1974 for the purpose of perpetuating a financial program to assist members in reaching their goals in pharmaceutical education. The Trust has provided nearly 400 grants to student members through grants named for outstanding fraternity sisters and supporters.

Deanna Fox
Michelle Gronski
Phoebe Vo

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