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Graduate Psychiatric Nursing Scholarship Fully Established

Carolyn Underwood, BSN ’79, was an ardent SON supporter, serving as Foundation Board vice president and being an active alumna. When she lost her battle with breast cancer in 2005, her husband, Bob Blum, decided to establish a scholarship in her memory – the Carolyn S. Underwood Graduate

Carolyn Underwood, BSN '79, was an avid SON supporter, serving on the Foundation Board and being an active alumna.

Carolyn Underwood, BSN '79, was an avid SON supporter, serving on the Foundation Board and being an active alumna.

Scholarship Fund for Psychiatric Nursing. This year, he made a gift that fulfilled his $50,000 pledge to create the fund.

Underwood spent much of her career in pharmaceutical sales and marketing, but psychiatric nursing was her first job. The Dean will award the scholarship to meritorious students from disadvantaged, rural, underserved or underrepresented backgrounds to pursue the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner specialty. Funds will support tuition, fees, books and other education-related expenses.

On behalf of the SON and its students, we offer our heartfelt thanks to Bob Blum for his generosity.

On behalf of the SON and its students, we offer our heartfelt thanks to Bob Blum for his generosity.Underwood, BSN ’79, was an ardent SON supporter, serving as Foundation Board vice president and being an active alumna. When she lost her battle with breast cancer in 2005, her husband, Bob Blum, decided to establish a scholarship in her memory – the Carolyn S. Underwood Graduate Scholarship Fund for Psychiatric Nursing. This year, he made a gift that fulfilled his $50,000 pledge to create the fund.
Underwood spent much of her career in pharmaceutical sales and marketing, but psychiatric nursing was her first job. The Dean will award the scholarship to meritorious students from disadvantaged, rural, underserved or underrepresented backgrounds to pursue the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner specialty. Funds will support tuition, fees, books and other education-related expenses.
On behalf of the SON and its students, we offer our heartfelt thanks to Bob Blum for his generosityCarolyn Underwood, BSN ’79, was an ardent SON supporter, serving as Foundation Board vice president and being an active alumna. When she lost her battle with breast cancer in 2005, her husband, Bob Blum, decided to establish a scholarship in her memory – the Carolyn S. Underwood Graduate Scholarship Fund for Psychiatric Nursing. This year, he made a gift that fulfilled his $50,000 pledge to create the fund.
Underwood spent much of her career in pharmaceutical sales and marketing, but psychiatric nursing was her first job. The Dean will award the scholarship to meritorious students from disadvantaged, rural, underserved or underrepresented backgrounds to pursue the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner specialty. Funds will support tuition, fees, books and other education-related expenses.
On behalf of the SON and its students, we offer our heartfelt thanks to Bob Blum for his generosity.