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John William Jackson Fund gives $16,000 in scholarships to eight nursing students

Bill “Action” Jackson and award recipient Anna Grace Bloomquist with Dr. Karen Neill, Associate Dean School of Nursing
MERIDIAN - October 4, 2021
 
Eight students in the Idaho State University School of Nursing were recently awarded $2000 each, a total of $16,000 in scholarships. The funds were provided as part of the Northwest Health Science Scholarship Initiative-John William Jackson Fund [NWHSSI-JWJF] Award.
 
Eight ISU School of Nursing students, four enrolled in the Accelerated BSN nursing program on the Meridian campus, and four enrolled in the Traditional BSN nursing program on the Pocatello campus were awarded a $2000.00 NWHSSI-JWJF scholarship award presented by Bill “Action Jackson.”
 
Accelerated BSN students receiving the award included Anna Grace Blomquist, Tess Wolfenson, Pearl Woo, and Hunter Hill.
 
Students in the Traditional BSN nursing program receiving the NWHSSI-JWJF award include Adam Reed, Brandon Oram, Maura Merrill, and Hallee Hitt.
 
Pictured are Bill “Action” Jackson and award recipient Anna Grace Blomquist with Dr. Karen Neill, Associate Dean School of Nursing.
 
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