WVU Tech is pleased to announce that Lisa Mize and Ramsey McCoy are the recipients of the Richard C. Flint scholarship fund for the upcoming academic year. The scholarship fund was established in the memory of Richard C. Flint to attract exceptional students to programs offered by the Department of Social Sciences and Public Administration.
Mize, a resident of Summers County, is a senior majoring in Health Services Administration with a minor in Economics. She has been active in establishing the local Montgomery Community Garden. McCoy is a freshman from Greenbrier County who plans to major in Criminal Justice. He has been active in 4-H and volunteered with Manna Meals in Charleston, West Virginia.
The scholarship’s namesake, Richard C. Flint, served WVU Tech as the coordinator and professor of the Health Services Administration program in the Department. Flint, who was well known in Kanawha and Fayette Counties, passed away in 1992.
All students majoring in Health Services Administration, Industrial Relations and Human Resources, Criminal Justice Administration, and Public Service Administration are eligible to apply for the scholarship, which is administered by the Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation. The size of the scholarships varies, but will cover part, or all, of full tuition costs and may be renewable.
For more information on any of the Department’s programs visit sspa.wvutech.edu.