Each spring, the Department of Family and Community Medicine presents several scholarships to graduating students and during the Long School of Medicine’s Annual Senior Awards Dinner.
Eligible recipients must:
- Currently be in their MS4 year,
- Secure a position in a Family Medicine residency in the initial Match of the current year, and
- Demonstrate financial need with the Financial Aid Office by having submitted a FAFSA and Scholarship Application.
Eligible students are encouraged to apply for more than one scholarship.
Review the scholarship information below and for each submission, please include all of the following:
- Identify the scholarship(s) for which you wish to apply
- Submit a one-page narrative describing your unique qualifications for each scholarship
- Submit your curriculum vitae (CV) – you may either submit the same or a different CV for each scholarship if you apply for more than one
- Contact information (i.e., home and email addresses; home and mobile telephone numbers)
Application reviews are anonymous, so remove all identifying information from your narrative(s) and CVs.
Please email your narrative(s), curriculum vitae (CV), and contact information (see above) to Ms. Nichole Rubio (RubioN@uthscsa.edu) by the deadline.
The deadline for the 2022-2023 Academic Year is closed.
Please contact Dr. Nehman Andry (Andry@uthscsa.edu) if you have a question about any of these scholarships.
|Scholarship||Information About the Scholarship||What to Include in Your Narrative and CV|
|Dr. and Mrs. Alexander David Major, MD Exemplary Family Physician Scholarship||Presented for demonstrated excellence in clinical and academic ability, community involvement, and leadership potential in Family Medicine.||Your academic accomplishments, community service activities, and leadership activities.|
|Bates Family Medicine Scholarship||Presented for a demonstrated commitment to Family Medicine as a specialty and for caring for individuals and populations in South Texas in primary care settings.||Your passion for caring for the people in South Texas as a Family Physician.|
|The John Primomo, MD Scholarship for Excellence in Community Service||Presented for leadership in community service by individual activities and/or within organizations.||The population(s) served and the outcomes produced.|
|The John Primomo, MD Scholarship for Excellence in Research||Presented for leadership in clinical or educational research or quality improvement project(s) related to Family Medicine/Primary Care.||Your research project, findings, and how the results of your work were disseminated.|
|The John Primomo, MD Scholarship for Excellence in Academic Family Medicine||Presented for potential for leading teaching and scholarly activity based on past involvement in academic activities such as teaching and research/quality improvement projects.||Teaching activities and research and/or quality improvement projects in medical school that have prepared you for a career in academic Family Medicine.|
|The John Primomo, MD Scholarship for Excellence in Geriatrics||Presented for excellence in geriatrics based on past accomplishments and potential for future contributions.||Your geriatrics-related projects and the outcomes your project(s) produced.|
|Dr. and Mrs. Alexander David Major Award||Winona Gbedey|
|Bates Family Scholarship||Amy Nguyen
|John Primomo Award for Excellence in Academic Family Medicine||Samantha Driscoll|
|John Primomo Award for Excellence in Community Service||Casandra Compean|
|John Primomo Award for Excellence in Geriatrics||Amy Nguyen|
|John Primomo Award for Excellence in Research||Winona Gbedey|