Jerome R. Lorenz Scholarship Award NARL/Southern Illinois University

August 2005
Contemporary Rehab;Aug2005, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p11
The article presents information about Jerome R. Lorenz Scholarship Award. Mr. Samuel Cox, graduate student in Rehabilitation Administration & Services at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, was awarded the Jerome R. Lorenz Scholarship during the university's Rehabilitation Institute Award Ceremony on April 19, 2005. This award was endowed by the National Association of Rehabilitation Leadership in memory of Jerome R. Lorenz and is awarded annually to an outstanding graduate student who is pursuing a career in rehabilitation administration.


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