Congratulations to this year’s two Tufts Scholarship winners, Meghan Sullivan and Marissa Ho. Their winning submissions on the effects of federal health care reform on employer-based health plans earned them each $2,500 towards their undergraduate degrees. .
Meghan, a nursing student at Elms College School of Nursing in Chicopee, is the daughter of Patrick J. Sullivan, Director of Parks, Buildings and Recreation Management for the City of Springfield.
Marissa, a dual health studies and physical therapy major at Boston University, is the daughter of Carlton L. Ho, an Associate Professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at UMass Amherst.
Their well-researched winning applications demonstrated their interest in the allied health field and addressed how federal health care reform will change employer health plan offerings in the future.
This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission.
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