St. George’s University School of Medicine Awards Scholarships to the Exceptional

Chancellor’s Circle and Legacy of Excellence Scholarships Awarded to 79 Entering Medical Students

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St. George’s University School of Medicine, a top-ranked international private medical school, has awarded the prestigious Chancellor’s Circle of the Legacy of Excellence (CCLOE) Scholarship to 36 medical students of the entering Class of 2014. The CCLOE scholarship is automatically awarded to accepted students fulfilling the minimum requirements of an undergraduate 3.7 cumulative GPA, 3.5 science GPA and total score of 29 on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). This elite group of students will receive one-third tuition scholarships toward their entire four year medical education.

An additional 43 entering students to the School of Medicine were awarded the Legacy of Excellence (LOE) scholarship. Students who do not automatically qualify for the Chancellor’s Circle are encouraged to apply for the Legacy of Excellence scholarship, which is awarded to entering students presenting academic merit and commitment to their school and to their chosen profession. The University established the Legacy of Excellence Scholarship program in 2003 and has awarded over $5.6 million in tuition scholarships to over 200 students in its Schools of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

St. George’s University has created these elite scholarships to award partial-tuition scholarships to entering students who demonstrate the commitment and dedication necessary to achieve academic excellence in a rigorous medical or veterinary medical curriculum.

Margaret Lambert, Dean of Enrollment Planning and University Registrar remarked on the continued success of the scholarship award. “We are proud to announce this year’s crop of winners and happy to be able to recognize 79 incoming medical students for their accomplishments. We’re thrilled to be able to reward their hard work and we look forward to the future contributions they will make to the world healthcare system as a result of their attendance at St. George’s.”

St. George’s University is dedicated to making a unique international medical education accessible to the best and brightest students from all over the world – regardless of circumstance. The University offers a wide variety of institutional scholarships designed to recognize academic excellence and the University has awarded over $40 million dollars in scholarships to more than 5,000 students over the years.

2010 Chancellor’s Circle Legacy of Excellence recipients

Ausim Chaghtai
Bogadi Loabile
Dmitri Aleksenko
Edward Kaye
He Sun
Jigar Panchal
Kamran Manek
Liji Abraham
Marina Iskandir
Umoren Mfon-Valencia
Moemedi Tshekedi
Mumtaheena Miah
Neha Verma
Oki Ishikawa
George Reju
Tarun Sabharwal
Warren Whitsitt
Xinyue Pan
Amanda Varughese
Benjamin Walker
Bilal Salame
Binh Quach
Daniel Simaan
Debasri Roy
Dimpy Mody
Elizabeth Ehrlich
Eric Sin
Hardik Patel
Joe Hong
Kunal Kambli
Michael DiSiena
Peter Stempniewicz
Priti Vinaykant Rawani
Rajive Zachariah
Samir Mehrotra Tanvir Kahlon

2010 Legacy of Excellence recipients

Mohsen Damavand
Eli Gilleran
Anum Hamiduzzaman
Nicholas Hooper
Ying Luu
Indu Michael
Foram Parikh
Sameer Sandhu
Matthew Alfano
Remigiusz Soltys
Roya Noorishad
Anthony Weaver
Khaled Abu-Ihweij
Sajeda Noor
Jeffrey Evans
Kristina Miller
Tanuj Sood
Audrey Seling
Samuel Son
Daniel Son
Jesse Ping
Roberta Lui
Manan Pandya
Soumya Vempalle
Nicole Brenner
Christopher Bulanowski
Daniel DiLeo
Saad Jamal
Daniel Kiniry
Ankit Shah
Stanislav Veytsman
Areeb Zamir
Steve Johnson
Charlie Tang
Stefanie Wade
Sara Elnaiem
Sonam Khoosal
David Ormond
Matthew Rubacha
Lorenzo Somma
Astha Tejpal
Brett Mullin
Leila Hesselson

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