2017 Maine Brain Aneurysm Scholarship Winners

The Maine Brain Aneurysm Awareness Committee was proud to award scholarships to three students in the Neurosciences and Occupational Therapy programs of the University of New England in 2017.

Our congratulations to:

  • Carly Mary Emond – from Guilford, Vermont received her Bachelor’s Degree from UNE and is a second year Occupational Therapy graduate student. (Karolina Kurka Scholarship)
  • Kathryn Maiato – from Little Compton, RI is a third year student with a major in Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies and a minor in Mental Health Rehab Technician Certification. (Kimberly Tudor Scholarship)
  • Stephanie Snow – from Dunbarton, New Hampshire is a third year student on the Dean’s list in the Health, Wellness, and Occupation Studies. (Cheyanne Audet Scholarship)

These scholarships were established in memory of three young ladies from Maine that passed away from ruptured Brain Aneurysms:
• Karolina Kurka graduated from UNH with a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy.
• Kimberly Tudor was a graduate from UNE with a CNA certificate and BS in Sports & Fitness.
• Cheyanne Audet received her BS in Nursing from the University of Maine.

Please click on the buttons below to learn more about each young lady and the Scholarship.

The Maine Brain Aneurysm Awareness Scholarship in Memory of:

UNE Grad Kimberly A. TudorKarolina A. KurkaCheyanne K. Audet

We once again thank all those that participate and donate to the KAT-Walk & Karo-5K for Brain Aneurysm Awareness and for your continued support of our efforts to increase Brain Aneurysm Awareness, Education, and Research in Maine and northern New England.

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