Training pediatricians to provide compassionate care to children and their families. The Pediatrics Residency Program at Sanford Children's Hospital, at the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, is a unique and vibrant educational community dedicated to developing the finest pediatric leaders in the world.
A group of 11 medical students are learning about and practicing rural medicine during a nine-month track at clinics and hospitals in seven small communities across South Dakota as part of the University of South Dakota’s Sanford School of Medicine’s award-winning rural preparation program, Frontier And Rural Medicine (FARM).
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First preference is given to third- or fourth-year students with an expressed interest in pursuing a career in pediatrics. The scholarship is renewable if students remain in good academic standing.
One scholarship is awarded to a third-year student annually. This scholarship is renewable if the recipient remains in good academic standing. One scholarship is awarded as a renewal to a fourth-year student annually. Preference is given to recipients with one or more children who have expressed an interest for pursuing a career in pediatrics.
Recipients must be third- or fourth-year students in the Sanford School of Medicine with demonstrated financial need. The recipient is eligible to retain the scholarship if they remain in good academic standing. First preference is given to a student with an expressed interest in pediatrics.
First preference is given to a third- or fourth-year female student with an expressed interest in pursuing a career in pediatrics. The scholarship is renewable if the recipient maintains academic progress.