University of Southern Indiana

Trilogy Scholars at USI

Trilogy Scholars at USI is a new partnership between the USI Center for Healthy Aging and Wellness and Trilogy Health Services promoting culture change in gerontology and long-term care education through scholarship, engagement and caring. The Trilogy Scholars program will provide annual scholarships for University of Southern Indiana undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees which prepare them to seek employment in the fields of gerontology, geriatrics, long-term care and/or long-term care administration.

Students with the following majors may be interested in applying for these scholarships: nursing, health administration, long-term care administration, health services, health professions, social work, kinesiology, psychology and business fields such as accounting, management and marketing, in addition to other majors, as applicable.

The Trilogy Health Services Scholarships include:

Trilogy – USI Administrator-in-Training (AIT) Residency Program 2 scholarships valued at $1,500 each

Trilogy Student Leaders in Long-term Care Scholarship - 3 scholarships valued at $1,000 each

Trilogy Emerging Student Leaders in Long-term Care Scholarship - 4 scholarships valued at $550 each

Trilogy Sigma Phi Omega Book Scholarships at USI - 2 book scholarships valued at $500 each

Trilogy - Sigma Phi Omega Memberships - 8 student memberships valued at $25 each

Trilogy - Mid-America Institute on Aging & Wellness (MAIA) Conference Registration - 10 student registrations valued at $60 each

All Trilogy Scholars at USI will be invited to a luncheon at one of the southwest Indiana Trilogy Health Services care settings on a designated date in the spring semester. Trilogy operates multiple senior health communities throughout Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. Trilogy communities offer a full range of services, from independent and assisted living, to skilled nursing and rehabilitative services.

Photo caption: USI students who participated in the 2016 Trilogy-MAIA Collaboration pause for a photo with two staff members from West River Health Campus before visiting this care setting. They are Kelsi Wallace, Exercise Science/Pre-OT major; Tiffani Weatherford, Master of Health Administration and Health Services/LTCA major; Rebecca Grisham-Whitehouse, Nursing; Rebecca Lucas, Master of Health Administration and Health Services/LTCA major; Ann Riebel, Master of Social Work program; Kyra Fleener, Occupational Therapy Assisting major; and Courtney Oldham, Health Services/LTCA major.

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