MELBOURNE, FLA. — Two Florida Institute of Technology students earned Leonard D. Healy Fellowships of $1,200.
Recipients are Judith-Ann Chambers, employed by Florida Hospital-Orlando and pursuing a master of science in management, and Stephan Stallard, employed by
Orlando Regional Healthcare Services. Stallard is working toward his second Florida Tech master’s degree from the university’s Orlando site, a professional
master of business administration degree.
The fellowship was established by Fleur de Lys Healy, in memory of her husband Leonard D. Healy, Ph.D., an adjunct professor at the Orlando site. The award
recognizes students that show tremendous progress in their pursuit of a graduate education.
Florida Tech, through the University College Extended Studies Division, offers graduate degree and certificate programs at 10 U.S.
sites in five states, including a well-established distance learning program. Degrees have been awarded to candidates representing the military services,
federal and local government, and a wide variety of business and industry sectors. For more information about University College, visit: http://uc.fit.edu/