Coalition for Baccalaureate and Graduate Respiratory Therapy Education

CoBGRTE Scholarship Opportunities

 

The Coalition for Baccalaureate and Graduate Respiratory Therapy Education (CoBGRTE) was formed to help students, faculty, and the general public learn about baccalaureate and graduate respiratory therapy education in the United States of America. To that end, the CoBGRTE Board of Directors voted to make scholarship money available to help support student members of CoBGRTE enrolled in BSRT and MSRT programs.

 

Applications are accepted from August 1 through October 15 with notification of awards by December 1. If awarded, recipients of the scholarship will be required to submit a head/shoulder photo taken in a large file format for publication in the Coalition Chronicle.

 

CoBGRTE Merit Scholarship

 

Scholarship awards will be based on Academic Achievement, Service, Research Activities, and Awards and Honors. The committee expects to award eight $500 merit scholarships to CoBGRTE student members of BSRT and MSRT programs.

 

Submission guidelines: Application materials are due to the Chair of the Scholarship Committee by October 15. Only complete applications will be considered. Applicants are required to submit the following:

  1. Typed Application Form
  2. Official transcript verifying GPA and current enrollment in a RT program
  3. One page typed personal statement/essay describing your professional goals and interests related to the profession of Respiratory Care.

 

CoBGRTE Research Scholarship

 

One research scholarship will be awarded to support a quality student research project. The committee expects to award one $1000 research scholarship to a CoBGRTE member enrolled in a graduate program.

 

Submission guidelines: Application materials are due to the Chair of the Scholarship Committee by October 15. Only complete applications will be considered. Applicants are required to submit the following:

  1. Official transcript verifying GPA and current enrollment in a graduate program
  2. Current professional resume
  3. One page typed personal statement/essay describing your professional goals and interests related to the profession of Respiratory Care.
  4. Research proposal including introduction/literature review, methods and literature citations
  5. Letter from faculty advisor supporting the feasibility of the research proposal

 

Contact Information

 

For additional information regarding CoBGRTE Scholarships, please contact the Scholarship Chair:

 

Nicholas Henry, MS, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, AE-C

Texas State University

Department of Respiratory Care

601 University Dr.

San Marcos, TX 78666

512-245-3491

512-245-7978 (fax)

NH14@txstate.edu

 

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