The nuclear medicine institute is proud to have scholarships and awards available to our students.
More scholarship information is available through The University of Findlay.
Nuclear Medicine Institute Endowed Scholarship
Through the generosity of NMI alumni and friends of the Nuclear Medicine Institute at The University of Findlay, the Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship Endowment Fund was established in recognition of the program’s contribution to the profession of nuclear medicine technology and to honor all individuals involved in the development and continued success of the program and its graduates. This scholarship is awarded to a student who is enrolled in the one-year certificate program offered by NMI and has a 3.0 GPA or better in previous academic courses.
HeartLight Pharmacy Services Operating Scholarship
Eric Schaaf, owner of HeartLight Pharmacy Services, and his staff established this operating scholarship. HeartLight has three full-service nuclear pharmacies located in Lima, Dayton, and Columbus, Ohio, that proudly serve Ohio. Part of the mission statement for HeartLight Pharmacy Services is: “...We will provide educational opportunities to promote professional and personal growth for all of our customers and employees — Grow!”
This scholarship will enhance the learning opportunities for the students enrolled in the Nuclear Medicine Institute Program. The recipient shall be enrolled in the one-year certificate program offered by the Nuclear Medicine Institute at UF and shall be an Ohio resident.
Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Endowed Scholarship
In November, 2009 in conjunction with the 125th Endowed Funds Drive of The University of Findlay, Ann Whithaus established the Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship Endowed Fund.
Dr. Whithaus raised her family in Findlay. As a mother and former teacher, she believes education is important. She received her doctorate in philosophy of education from LaSalle University.
She established this scholarship as a result of a successful treatment experience with nuclear medicine that was, in part, administered by graduates of The University of Findlay’s Nuclear Medicine program.
This scholarship is awarded to a UF degree-seeking student enrolled in the one-year certificate program offered by the Nuclear Medicine Institute. The recipient shall have at least a 3.0 G.P.A., have good problem-solving capabilities and show an active interest in the profession.
PharmaLogic Operating Scholarship
Sales Representative Steven Kummer (2007 NMI Graduate) was instrumental in setting up this scholarship.
The PharmaLogic Operating scholarship will be given to a current NMI student who:
- Aspires to be a leader in nuclear medicine
- Is enrolled in the one year certificate program at NMI
- Demonstrates financial need
- Submits a 1-2 page essay explaining why he/she wants to be in a leadership role
PharmaLogic was founded in 1993 by William, Jules and Howard Chatoff in order to provide specialized nuclear medicine Radiopharmacy services to hospitals and other healthcare sites. PharmaLogic prides itself on continuing to be a family-owned and –operated company with an emphasis on a dedicated and hardworking team of people that includes nuclear pharmacists, customer service assistants,sales and support. The generous support from PharmaLogic will enhance the learning opportunities for students enrolled in the nuclear medicine institute program.
Eric R. Theis Nuclear Medicine Institute Operating Scholarship
The family and friends of Eric Theis established the Eric R. Theis Nuclear Medicine Institute Operating Scholarship in his memory.
Eric graduated from Owens Community College with an associate’s degree and completed the nuclear medicine technology program offered by the Nuclear Medicine Institute at The University of Findlay in 2005. He was passionate about nuclear medicine and cherished his co-workers and friends. It is the desire of his family and friends that his legacy continues through this scholarship to assist others in obtaining an education in nuclear medicine.
This scholarship is awarded to a recipient from The University of Findlay who is enrolled in the one-year certificate program offered by the Nuclear Medicine Institute at The University of Findlay. The recipient shall have at least a 2.5 GPA and good problem-solving capabilities, and must show an active interest in the profession.