WVU Hospitals’ leadership scholars announced

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University Hospitals has named Jessica Jones of Uniontown, Pa., and Alexandria Mullins of Morgantown, winners of this year’s Leadership Scholarships.

Bruce McClymonds, president and CEO of WVU Hospitals, presented the $1,000 scholarships at a luncheon July 20.

Each year, the hospital awards two scholarships to college-bound children of WVU Hospitals’ employees. Chosen recipients must have demonstrated exemplary academic achievement as well as leadership in school, community activities, employment or in a personal situation.

Jones, an Albert Gallatin High School graduate, will be attending Penn State University in the fall and plans to study criminal justice. Mullins, a Morgantown High School graduate, will be attending WVU to study chemistry.

Jessica is the daughter of Mindy Jones, R.N., a nurse in the Ruby Day Surgery Center, and her husband, Phillip Jones. Alexandria is the daughter of Kenneth Mullins of Missouri and Annina Mendell, R.N., who is a nurse in Cardiovascular and Interventional Services at WVU Hospitals.

Photo caption: Dottie Oakes, WVUH vice president and chief nursing executive (far left), and Bruce McClymonds, WVUH president and CEO (far right), present Jessica Jones and Alexandria Mullins with this year’s Leadership Scholarships.


For more information:
Angela Jones, HSC News Service, 304-293-7087
rm/asj: 07-19-10

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