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From left: Bhavik Gupta; Elaine Wallace, D.O., M.S., M.S., M.S., NSU-COM dean; and Allison Nguyen

Matthey A. Terry Scholarship Endowment (L to R) Bhavik Gupta; Elaine Wallace, D.O., NSU-COM dean; and Allison Nguyen

On April 18, numerous awards and scholarships were presented to both students and faculty members at NSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine’s annual First-and-Second Year Student Awards Ceremony. Students were honored in areas such as research, academic excellence, and community service, while several faculty members were presented Golden Apple Awards for their outstanding teaching abilities.

Matthew A. Terry Scholarship Endowment

Second-year student Bhavik Gupta and first-year student Allison Nguyen were the recipients of the Dr. Matthew A. Terry Scholarship Endowment. The academic accolade was established in 1999 to honor first- and second-year medical students who epitomize virtues such as scholastic excellence, service to the school, empathy, and congeniality. The endowment serves as a fitting tribute to NSU-COM students who embody the true spirit of an osteopathic practitioner.

Faculty Members Earn Golden Apple Awards

David Boesler, D.O., M.S., associate professor and chair of the Department of Osteopathic Principles and Practice, and Hady Masri, D.O., assistant professor of geriatrics, were the recipients of this year’s Golden Apple Awards for their outstanding teaching skills. Boesler received his award from the class of 2019, while Masri was honored by the class of …read more

Source:: NSU News