The Hebron Project Provides Bursary to the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre

February 23, 2012

The Hebron Project Provides Bursary to the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre

The Hebron Project and Memorial University's Glenn Roy Blundon Centre for Students with Disabilities announced the The Hebron Project Psychological - Educational Assessment Bursary. This bursary will provide assistance to students who are otherwise unable to access services offered at the centre. In particular, it will offer reimbursements for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder assessments; for partial psychological-education assessments; reimbursement for a portion of assessments not covered by student aid, and if necessary, full assessments.

(L-R) Jane Petty, Business Manager, Hebron Project; Dr. Rob Shea, Acting Deputy Provost (Students) & Associate Vice-President-Academic (Undergraduate Studies); Geoff Parker, Senior Project Manager, Hebron Project and Vice-President, ExxonMobil Canada Ltd; Ruth North, Manager, Glenn Roy Blundon Centre.

The Hebron Project Provides Bursary to the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre

(L-R) Ms. Ruth North, Manager, Glenn Roy Blundon Centre and Geoff Parker, Senior Project Manager, Hebron Project and Vice-President, ExxonMobil Canada Ltd.

The Hebron Project Provides Bursary to the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre

(L-R) Jane Petty, Business Manager, Hebron Project; Dr. George Hurley, Acting Director, University Counseling Centre; Dr. Penny Blackwood, Director, Alumni Affairs and Development; Ruth North, Manager, Glenn Roy Blundon Centre; Geoff Parker, Senior Project Manager, Hebron Project and Vice-President, ExxonMobil Canada Ltd; Dr. Rob Shea, Acting Deputy Provost (Students) & Associate Vice-President-Academic (Undergraduate Studies); Jennifer O'Neill, Director of Development, Glenn Roy Blundon Centre.