Health Sciences

Speech Pathology student, Caitlin Pywell receives 2015 Golden Key Living the Mission Scholarship

The Golden Key offers $1,000,000 in scholarships and awards each year to its deserving undergraduate students, graduate students, alumni and Golden Key advisors.

Golden Key is the world's largest university honor society. Membership into the Society is by invitation only and applies to the top 15% of college and university students or graduates in all fields of study, based solely on academic achievements.

The Faculty of Health Sciences is extremely proud of 2nd year Speech Pathology student, Caitlin Pywell who was successful in receiving the 2015 Golden Key Living the Mission Scholarship. The Scholarship is valued at US $2500. For Cailtin this means her dream of studying and volunteering overseas can now be fulfilled.

Caitlin’s biography has been published on the Golden Key website.

I am truly blessed to be the 2015 recipient of the Living the Mission scholarship. It has further encouraged me to continue to live out Golden Key’s core values and to integrate them into my professional practice as a student Speech Pathologist.

"Thank you to Golden Key International Honor Society for recognizing my dedication to consciously live out Golden Key’s values in my life. I am currently studying an undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology at Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia and have participated in the Golden Key New Member Reception in Melbourne. This was a great night with motivating guest speakers who spoke about leadership and how ideas and action can lead to change."