Brittany Butterfield Awarded National Zada M. Cooper Scholarship

By Ben Boulden

The Zada M. Cooper Scholarship was established in 1955 in honor of Kappa Epsilon’s founder, Zada M. Cooper. Recognizing superior achievement, this scholarship is supported by a small percentage of each member’s national dues in addition to donations.

“Receiving this scholarship is a great honor,” Butterfield said. “Kappa Epsilon has been a very positive part of my overall experience as a pharmacy student. Even after graduation, I know it will be a part of my future career both educationally and professionally.”

Kappa Epsilon had 27 applicants representing 18 chapters. Applicants must have completed the equivalent of six semesters of undergraduate education with at least two of these semesters in an accredited college of pharmacy. Preference is given to applicants who have maintained high academic standards and also have contributed substantially to the activities of their chapter and college.