Medical technology student recipient of Washington G-2 Scholarship
Pictured at the scholarship award presentation are, from left, Perry Patterson, vice president and publisher, Washington G-2 Reports; UD's Erica Godwin; and Bob Weathers, specialty vice president, pathology and outreach, McKesson Revenue Management Solutions.
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7:55 a.m., Oct. 9, 2009----Erica Godwin, a senior medical technology major at the University of Delaware, was the recipient of the Washington G-2 Reports/Dennis Weissman $5,000 Scholarship Award for Excellence in the Clinical Sciences sponsored by McKesson Revenue Management Solutions.

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The award was presented on Sept. 24 at the Washington G-2 Reports 27th annual Lab Institute Conference in Arlington, Va. The scholarship is given annually to students who exemplify excellence in clinical laboratory science and to help develop future leaders in the medical technology field.

Godwin is pursuing an honors degree in medical technology, has a minor in biological sciences, and is a student in UD's Honors Program. She has been on the Dean's List each of the past six semesters, is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Academic Honor Society, was selected one of 96 Women of Promise in 2008, and received the American Society of Clinical Pathology's National Student Honor Award in 2009.

For her academic excellence and her potential to contribute to the medical technology profession, Godwin was recognized with the Peter G. Anderson Award on Honors Day 2009. She is a member of the UD Marching Band, and she also gives her time and support to many community services.

Since 1979, the Washington G-2 Reports has been an independent news and information service company specializing in newsletters; compliance, business and financial reports and guides; and quality programming for providers of diagnostic testing and related medical services.