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Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy

The following scholarships, in varying amounts, are awarded annually to pharmacy studentson the basis of financial need and academic merit. Inquiries regarding these scholarships should be addressed to the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy Business Office; 732/445-2675, ext. 614.

Acme Markets Scholarship. Provides annual tuition assistance to New Jersey students in their last three years who are employed in a community pharmacy setting. Awards based on financial need and academic merit.

Area VII Physicians Review Organization Scholarships. For five students who demonstrate high academic ability and evidence of financial need, and who are New Jersey residents from Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, or Somerset Counties.

Auxiliary of the New Jersey Pharmacists Association Scholarship. For students in the professional years; based on academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and interest in the community pharmacy practice.

Harold Blumenkrantz Scholarship. For full-time students from Monmouth County who are in their professional years. Awards based on academic merit and financial need. Preference given to students who demonstrate an interest in pursuing community pharmacy as a career.

Lucille and Michael Bongiovanni Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need for students in their professional years of the curriculum.

Harriet and Roy Bowers Memorial Scholarship. For a third-year student enrolled at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy. Scholarship administered jointly with Women's League of Rutgers University.

John and Josephine Calasibetta Endowed Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1934 Pharmacy Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and need.

Ronald I. Cohen Endowed Scholarship. For students in their professional years. Preference given to students who have an interest in pursuing community pharmacy as a career.

Cordasco-Iannarone Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

James R. Croucher/Eli Lilly Endowed Scholarship. For New Jersey residents exhibiting leadership and community involvement; based on financial need.

CVS/Pharmacy Scholarships. For students in their professional years; based on academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and interest in community pharmacy practice.

Martin G. Daffner Endowed Scholarship Fund. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial needs.

John J. DeBus Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need for students in their professional years.

Anthony J. Derosa Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Louis and Monica DiFazio Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need for students in their professional years. Preference given to students who have an interest in pursuing a career in the pharmaceutical industry related to research or the field of pharmaceutics.

Oswald Fechner Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Louis E. Feinerman Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Alvin Felmeister Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Foxcroft Pharmacy Endowed Scholarship. For a student in the professional years; based on academic merit, financial need, extracurricular activities, and interest in community pharmacy practice.

Lawrence S. Fromkin Scholarship. For full-time students in their professional years or part-time, post-B.S. students, pursuing their Pharm.D. Emphasis given to those applicants who are active in pharmacy-related activities/associations at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and/or other professional organizations that are not affiliated with the school.

Philemon E. Hommell Scholarship. For a student in the professional years.

David C. Kane Scholarship. For students in their final two years. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Gertrude D. Kuebler Scholarship .Based on academic merit and financial need.

William and Helen Levine Endowed Pharm.D. Scholarship. For students in their professional years.

Walter J. Lewit Scholarship. Based on financial need and academic merit. For students in their professional years.

Seymour A. Lubman Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and/or financial need.

Ernest Mario Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Emil P. Martini, Sr., Memorial Scholarship. For a student demonstrating outstanding scholastic achievement, character, and financial need.

Jack Mazer Endowed Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Medco Health Scholarship. Awarded annually to a full-time student who excels academically and demonstrates financial need.

Margaret Ryan Murray Scholarship. For New Jersey residents in the final two years. Also based on academic merit and financial need.

Thomas T. Nevin Memorial Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and interest in community pharmacy practice.

New Jersey Rexall Pharmacy Club Scholarship.Based on academic merit and financial need.

Novartis Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Organon, Inc., Scholarship Based on academic merit and financial need.

Pathmark Pharmacy Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Betty and Harold Perl Endowed Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Pharmacy Alumni Scholarships. For pharmacy students in their professional years; based on academic achievement, financial need, or extracurricular activities.

Amalia R. and R. Raymond Ricciardi Endowed Scholarship. For a full-time student; based on academic merit.

Jacob Robbins Memorial Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Schering-Plough Foundation, Inc., Scholarship. For a sixth-year, economically disadvantaged student who demonstrates financial need and achieves high standards of academic achievement and character, and who contributes to the community through extracurricular involvement, service, and leadership.

Schering-Plough Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Eric D. Seifert Memorial Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic merit and financial need.

Walgreens Scholarship. For students in their professional years. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Wal-Mart Scholarship. For students in their professional years; based on academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and interest in community pharmacy practice.

Prizes and Awards

The following prizes and awards are presented annually to pharmacy students in recognition of specified achievements.

Cordasco-Iannarone.

John J. Debus Memorial Pharmaceutics Departmental Award.

Alvin Felmeister Award in Clinical Pharmacokinetics.

Philemon E. Hommell-Pharmacology and Toxicology Departmental Award.

Samuel and Gertrude Kaufman-Pharmacy Practice and Administration Departmental Award.

William O. Kuebler-Pharmacy Practice and Administration Departmental Award.

Thelma M. Moss Memorial Award to a Graduating Minority Student.

New Jersey Pharmacists Association Award for Scholarship and Leadership.

Pharmaceutics Excellence Award-Pharmaceutics Departmental Award.

Pharmaceutics Excellence in Research-Pharmaceutics Departmental Award.

Pharmacokinetics Excellence Award-Pharmaceutics Departmental Award.

Herbert Remmer-Pharmacology and Toxicology Departmental Award.


 
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