Physical Education Class of 1959 /Rosemary Mcgee Scholarship in Sports Medicine
- Rising, full time senior majoring in sports medicine.
- Minimum of 3.25 GPA.
This scholarship was created in honor of the Physical Education Class of 1959 and their faculty advisor, Dr. Rosemary McGee. The endowment has been made possible by gifts from class members and their friends and families.
Class of 1959
The class numbered thirteen students, each of whom has distinguished herself since graduating from The Woman’s College of the University of north Carolina 43 years ago.
Dr. Rosemary McGee
Dr. McGee was a member of the initial Graduate Faculty in the Department of Kinesiology (formerly Exercise and Sport Science) for over 25 years. An active and respected professional leader in the field of physical education/exercise and sport science/human movement, she held numerous offices in scholarly associations, wrote books and articles for professional publication, and was dedicated to teaching. Dr. McGee was Acting Dean of the School of Health and Human Performance 1979-1980. She was awarded the distinguished Alumni Award by the UNCG School of Health and Human Performance after bestowing on her the distinction of “honorary alumna”.
The following materials must be included with your application:
- --UNC Genie Transcript.
- current resume (suggested headings include: professional experience; participation in departmental, school, oruniversity activities and organizations; community; honors and awards).
- written statement of your professional goals.
- letter of recommendation from an external sports medicine professional who has served as a clinical supervisor. This letter should be placed in a sealed envelope and signed by the writer across the flap.