Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity Scholarship
When members of a University of Iowa medical fraternity decided to sell the building that had housed their organization, it didn’t take long to agree upon how to use the proceeds.
Members of Phi Beta Pi/Theta Kappa Psi Medical Fraternity used the sale as an opportunity to help support two important projects. First, they established a scholarship fund for students attending the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine who show promise of achievement.
Second, they made a gift to name a computer classroom in the new Medical Education and Biomedical Research Facility—a true home for the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine—constructed on part of the Health Sciences Campus formerly occupied by the 80-year-old Steindler Building. The new facility features a clinical skills training center, a computer learning center, small group learning facilities, study spaces, and a large auditorium.
Although the building at 109 River Street, Iowa City, no longer is home to the medical fraternity, members can always feel at home at the UI, where their commitment will make a lasting difference in the lives of medical students.
Congratulations on receiving the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity Scholarship