The Maine Brain Aneurysm Awareness Committee was proud to award scholarships to five students in the Neurosciences and Occupational Therapy programs at the University of New England at the KAT-Walk & Karo-5K for Brain Aneurysm Awareness on September 14, 2019.

Our congratulations to:

  • Riley Shea – working toward his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (Kimberly Tudor Scholarship)
  • Meggie Olson - working on her Masters in Occupational Therapy (Karolina Kurka Scholarship)
  • Kelsey Moulton – a third year student majoring in Neuroscience. (Cheyanne Audet Scholarship)
  • Marcella Cimarelli – a first year student majoring in Occupational Therapy. (Jessica Heath Scholarship)
  • Jacob Sackett - a third year student in the Neurosciences program with a 3.94 GPA (MBAA Committee Scholarship)

We once again thank all those that participate & 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.

These scholarships were established in memory of four young ladies from Maine that passed away from ruptured Brain Aneurysms or Brain Tumor: Karolina Kurka graduated from UNH with a Master’s 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 and Jessica K. Heath, Brain Aneurysm Awareness Committee member and tireless supporter of the National Brain Tumor Society.

Please click on the buttons below to learn more about each young lady and the criteria for each Scholarship in their name.

Kimberly TudorKarolina KurkaCheyanne AudetJessica Heath


Past Scholarship recipients:

2018   2017

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