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Regan Hill

Graduate Fellowship

National Award APSU's Recipient for 2000

Regan F. Hill

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Regan F. Hill, a Pre-Med double major in Chemistry and Biology was awarded a national PKP fellowship in 2000 in support of her first year of professional study at the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee, Memphis.

Regan's remarks: "Winning the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship was the second best news that I received last year. The best news was my acceptance in to the University of Tennessee,College of Medicine. Medical school is a wonderful experience.Although it is an adjustment from undergraduate studies, the education is very exciting and pleasing. The PKP graduate workshop was very helpful in preparing me to apply for medical school as well as giving me pointers for the interview process.The PKP Fellowship is helping me to fulfill my dreams of becoming a physician. With all of the stresses of medical school, it is comforting to have the monetary support of such an exceptional organization."

Her academic accomplishments and awards include:

  • APSU Presidential Scholarship
  • Academic Honors Scholarship
  • Summa Cum Laude Dean's List - five semesters
  • Magna Cum Laude Dean's List - two semesers
  • Durward Harris Premedicine Scholarship - Spring 1999
  • Charles M. Waters Scholarship (PKP-191)
  • Intramural Soccer All Tournament Team - Fall 1998 & 1999
  • Outstanding Greek Leader - 1999
  • William McClure Drane Award, Outstanding Student Leader - 1999 & 2000
  • Outstanding Greek Community Servant
  • George Rawlins, Jr., Chemistry Award
  • Durward Harris Premedical Award
  • Jeannie Jordan Memorial Award
  • Alpha Lambda Delta
  • Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society
  • Laurel Wreath Honor Society
  • Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  • Tri Beta Biological Honor Society
  • Order of Omega
  • Tennessee Higher Education Commission
  • Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award - 1999
  • APSU Homecoming Court - 1999
  • Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
  • Regan participated in the National Science Foundation Research for Undergradaute Students Program at Mississippi State University. Her research topic was "Synthesis of 3'-(4-substituted-phenoxy)-3-stilbenols."(These compounds are important in wood preservatives and for human health. They are the compounds found in red wine, for example, which help reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease.)