COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION FOR RESPIRATORY CARE

Scholarships 

 

Mikles CoARC Stephen P. Mikles, EdS, RRT, FAARC Media Award

 

 

 

 

 

This award is presented in honor of CoARC’s Past-President, Stephen P. Mikles.  $2,000.00 is awarded to the recipient and, in addition, the award includes travel expenses and one night’s stay at the AARC International Congress, (up to $750) as well as a full registration to the AARC International Congress.  The applicant must be a currently matriculated student in a CoARC accredited program in good standing and must also be majoring in Respiratory Care for at least six (6) months prior to the scholarship deadline date.  To access the application for this award please go to the Lambda Beta website (http://lambdabeta.org).


 Kettering

 


Kettering National Seminars Announces Sponsorship Agreement with the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC)

 

Dayton, OH (June 15, 2017) Kettering National Seminars, the leading review for health care credentialing exams, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the George G. Burton, MD Scholarship Award presented by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).


Kettering National Seminars will be providing the sponsorship funds to CoARC at the Annual Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Awards reception preceding the 2017 AARC (American Association for Respiratory Care) Summer Forum to be held in Tucson, AZ, June 25–27, 2017.

 

 

About Kettering National Seminars


 

Kettering National Seminars (www.KetteringSeminars.com) was founded in 1979 by Scott McNeily with the single purpose of helping students pass the national exam. Kettering National Seminars provides a comprehensive review for eight separate allied health credentialing exams. After almost forty years Kettering National Seminars has helped over 465,000 students attain their credentials

 

 

CoARC George G. Burton, MD
Student Educational Research Scholarship
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The CoARC has established a scholarship to support up to $2,000 annually to a student of a CoARC-accredited program for educational or accreditation research with practical value to the respiratory care profession.

General Instructions

Submission of Application Forms

Use the attached form to apply for the CoARC George G. Burton, MD Student Educational Research Scholarship.  Use English only and avoid jargon and unusual abbreviations.  The application should be typed; single spaced and must stay within the margin limitations indicated on the form and continuation pages.  Continuation pages must be 8½” X 11”, good quality, white bond paper.  Draw all graphs, diagrams, tables and charts with black ink.  Do not include oversized documents, graphs, diagrams, tables and charts in the body of the application; submit them in an appendix.

Mail or deliver the completed and signed original copy of the application and any Appendix materials to:

CoARC Executive Office

1248 Harwood Road
Bedford, TX 76021-4244

Do not submit an incomplete application.  Do not submit additional material pertinent to an application after the receipt date, unless it is requested or agreed to by prior discussion with the CoARC.

A complete application should be submitted by February 15 for consideration of the annual award.  The CoARC will utilize appropriate consultants to assure a complete review of the application.  Applicants will be notified by April 1 of the decision regarding award of a scholarship.  The scholarship and certificate are presented at the CoARC Awards Ceremony during the AARC Summer Forum.  The CoARC will cover the travel expenses for the award recipient to attend the Awards Ceremony to receive the award.

The CoARC reserves the right to recall funds granted for a project, if they are being misused or if sufficient progress is not being made.

Progress Reports

Summary reports must be submitted within six (6) months of approval and upon completion of the project and must be properly identified with the title and name of the principal investigator.  Publications related to the research must acknowledge the support of the CoARC; The award recipient must notify the CoARC Executive Office upon publication and include the link/reference where the publication can be found. 

 

For more information on the application process, contact the CoARC Executive Office at 817-283-2835 ext. 101.

 

CoARC Louis Sinopoli, PhD, RRT, FAARC

Faculty Educational Research Scholarship

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Application Information and Instructions

The CoARC has established a scholarship to support up to $2,000 annually to a faculty member of a CoARC-accredited program for educational or accreditation research with practical value to the respiratory care profession.

General Instructions

Submission of Application Forms

Use the attached form to apply for the CoARC Louis Sinopoli, PhD, RRT, FAARC Faculty Educational Research Scholarship.  Use English only and avoid jargon and unusual abbreviations.  The application should be typed, single spaced and must stay within the margin limitations indicated on the form and continuation pages.  Continuation pages must be 8½” X 11”, good quality, white bond paper.  Draw all graphs, diagrams, tables and charts with black ink.  Do not include oversized documents, graphs, diagrams, tables and charts in the body of the application; submit them in an appendix.

Mail or deliver the completed and signed original copy of the application and any Appendix materials to:

CoARC Executive Office

1248 Harwood Road
Bedford, TX 76021-4244

Do not submit an incomplete application.  Do not submit additional material pertinent to an application after the receipt date, unless it is requested or agreed to by prior discussion with the CoARC.

A complete application should be submitted by February 15 for consideration of the annual award.  The CoARC will utilize appropriate consultants to assure a complete review of the application.  Applicants will be notified by April 1 of the decision regarding award of a scholarship.  The scholarship and certificate are presented at the CoARC Awards Ceremony during the AARC Summer Forum.  The CoARC will cover the travel expenses for the award recipient to attend the Awards Ceremony to receive the award.

The CoARC reserves the right to recall funds granted for a project, if they are being misused or if sufficient progress is not being made.

Progress Reports

Summary reports must be submitted within six (6) months of approval and upon completion of the project and must be properly identified with the title and name of the principal investigator.  Publications related to the research must acknowledge the support of the CoARC.  The award recipient must notify the CoARC Executive Office upon publication and include the link/reference where the publication can be found.


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