First Annual Master of Science Medical Science Awards held for MSMS Class of 2022
First annual Master of Science Medical Science Awards held for MSMS Class of 2022
The Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) Master of Science in Medical Science(MSMS) degree program held its first annual awards program just ahead of the Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony.
Class of 2022 MSMS Awards results include:
2022 MSMS Valedictorian: Claire Vu
This award recognizes the MSMS student who has shown outstanding overall academic achievement.
This award recognizes the MSMS student who has shown outstanding achievement and personal growth. One student is awarded per Commencement Ceremony. Applicants must document their achievements over the course of the academic year. Factors to be evaluated include academic success; leadership in student organizations; participation in civic or volunteer activities; achievement in sports, arts or other personal endeavors; and certificates, licenses or awards earned.
2022 MSMS Professional Excellence Awards:
Alicia Sherents – Cohort 4;
Yessenia Villanueva – Cohort 5;
Brianna Oppong-Antwi – Cohort 6
The Professional Excellence Awards recognize one student per cohort, per commencement ceremony, who demonstrated excellent professional behavior and growth.
Applicants document activities on and off campus, and how the knowledge and skills gained from MSMS program supported and enabled that professional behavior. Factors that are considered in this award include active participation in professional organizations; a willingness to act in a professional manner; and a demonstrated effort to improve professional skills and attributes through workshops, reading, and other professional development activities.
SCU President John Scaringe, DC, EdD addressed the MSMS Class of 2022 during the awards presentation. “The MSMS Program is a very important piece of our vision to transform and redefine health and healthcare education through whole-person, through whole-person, integrative healthcare teams. Many of you will continue in healthcare disciplines that SCU does not offer at this time. So you are an important link to our mission, which includes a diverse workforce and patient access to high quality healthcare. I wish you continued success!”