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2024 GPS Golf Tournament held by ATSU Diversity & Inclusion

A.T. Still University (ATSU) Diversity & Inclusion held its third annual Graduate Health Professions Scholarship (GPS) Golf Tournament on April 20 at the Superstition Springs Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona, with proceeds supporting the University’s GPS Scholarship Fund. 

Serving as a focused initiative to educate individuals whose life experiences and endeavors align with ATSU’s mission, the GPS Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to students from historically underrepresented groups who are pursuing careers in healthcare.

This year’s tournament award winners were:

First place – Casino Arizona & Talking Stick Resort Team
Second place – Lewis Team
Third place – Team Kuhn, including Herb Kuhn, chair, ATSU Board of Trustees

Women’s longest drive – Pamela Williamson 
Men’s longest drive – James Palmer
Women’s closest to the pin – Kim Finley
Men’s closest to the pin and putting contest – Manny Pacheco 

You can donate to ATSU’s Graduate Health Professions Scholarship fund here. All outright gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Check out more photos from the tournament below!


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