Community Engagement and Service Learning Education Awards
Honors Day Awards provides an opportunity for students to be recognized by peers and faculty for work they are passionate about – in addition to their chosen health profession – that extends well beyond the curriculum of their classes.
Students awarded at Honors Day are recognized for development in leadership roles in class and in student clubs – extracurricular activities they take on in spite of an already rigorous academic schedule.
The awards consist of plaques and cash scholarships made possible through donations from community and medical organizations, physicians, individuals and pharmaceutical companies. You can view all of the awards given here.
Listed below are some of the service learning awards:
President’s Society Award
Katherine Peters, Class of 2015
This award was established in 1994 by the President’s Society to recognize academic excellence, financial need and service to the University.
COMP-Northwest Dean’s Award
Rebecca L. Corbett, Class of 2015
Presented to a DO student for service to the University and the community, leadership abilities and good academic standing.
COMP-Northwest Service Award
Mark Sah, Class of 2015
This award is presented to a DO student who demonstrates passion for service, both locally and globally.
Recognition of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Victor Kalt Scholarship
Katherine D. Erickson, Class of 2016
Dr. and Mrs. Kalt were devoted supporters of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific from the day the school opened in 1977. This scholarship is presented to students who want to pursue a career in primary care in underserved areas.
East Linn Community Clinic Student Volunteers
Presented to 80+ students
For outstanding service at the East Linn Community Clinic and commitment to serving Linn County’s underserved in 2012-2013. For a complete list of student that received this award, please visit the program link.
Do No Harm Forum Leaders
Kathryn J. Heideman and Steven D. Ledford, Class of 2015
In recognition of the student leaders who displayed the intellectual curiosity to pursue additional learning for an inter-professional group of students and professionals by developing and leading the Do No Harm Forum Series. Through this effort, students are able to pursue additional knowledge, skills and abilities in topics such as healthcare reform, medical ethics and practice management to better serve their future patients.
J. Scott Heatherington, DO Scholarship
Carl Leonhardt, Andrea K. Mytinger and Amelia M. Servin, Class of 2015
The J. Scott Heatherington, DO Scholarship Award was created in 2012 by a
generous donation from FamilyCare Health Plans, Incorporated, with a focus on
investing in the future of osteopathic medicine in Oregon. The recipients will be
known as J. Scott Heatherington, DO Scholars.
Dr. J. Scott Heatherington was known for his leadership in the profession and his
embodiment of osteopathic principles and practices. The J. Scott Heatherington, DO
scholars are recognized for leadership and commitment to the profession and
dedication to the principles of osteopathic medicine.
Arthur O. Rott, DO Scholarship
Patricia A. Funk and Krista N. Jensen, Class of 2015
The Arthur O. Rott, DO Scholarship Award was created in 2012 by a generous
donation from FamilyCare Health Plans, Incorporated, with a focus on investing in
the future of osteopathic medicine in Oregon. The recipients will be known as
Arthur O. Rott, DO Scholars.
Dr. Arthur O. Rott was known by peers and colleagues as an exemplary educator.
The Arthur O. Rott, DO scholars are recognized for their passion and dedication to
learning and contributing to the creation of future osteopathic physicians.