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Scholarship Details

The Anne Jones Educational Scholarships from SVU will provide one $2,500 grand prize scholarship and three $1,000 scholarships to students in accredited, dedicated vascular ultrasound technology programs offering an associate degree or a BS degree.

The Anne Jones Scholarship Fund of the Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU) was established in 2005 to provide four annual educational scholarships totaling $5,500 for students in CAAHEP accredited vascular ultrasound schools.

First presented in June 2006, these scholarships honor the many contributions made to SVU and the vascular technology profession by Anne Jones, RN, BSN RVT RDMS FSVU; former SVU President (1985-1986); former Chair of SVU's Government Relations (now Advocacy) Committee. The Anne Jones Scholarship Fund provides four qualified students with funds toward their education in vascular ultrasound, and encourages them to pursue careers in the field.

SVU members are asked to help support these annual scholarships by contributing to the Anne Jones Scholarship Fund with their annual SVU dues renewal payment, online or directly to SVU, Attn: Anne Jones Scholarships Fund.

About Anne Jones

Anne Jones, born in Winston-Salem, NC, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BS degree in Nursing in 1974. From 1974 to 1981, she worked as a nurse in major hospitals in North Carolina. It was during her job as a clinical nurse specialist in the Neurosonology Laboratory at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine that she obtained her first ARDMS credential in 1979 as a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS). This was the beginning of a long and strong relationship with the field of vascular technology. Anne obtained her RVT credential from ARDMS in 1983. From 1984-1986 she was Director of New York Medical Imaging and then from 1989-1992 she was Co-Director of the vascular laboratory at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY. Anne was SVT President in 1985 and was Chair of SVU's Government Relations Committee for several years. She has professional appointments that are too numerous to mention in this article. Her commitment, tenacity and many contributions to the vascular ultrasound profession over the years are matched by few in the profession.