AASU Establishes Morris Slotin Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund
Savannah, GAArmstrong Atlantic State University announces the creation of the Morris Slotin Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund. The new scholarship fund was established in memory of Morris (Moe) Slotin, a physical therapist for CareOne Home Health Services in Savannah and clinical instructor in AASU's Department of Physical Therapy.
Slotin chose physical therapy as a second career, following a successful first career in the music business as a sound engineer. His dedication to the physical therapy profession and lifelong learning were an inspiration to his students, colleagues, and patients. For these reasons, the Morris Slotin Endowed Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding student who has chosen physical therapy as a second career.
During a music career spanning nearly twenty years, Slotin did the sound work for performers such as the B-52's, Blue Oyster Cult, Aerosmith, the Talking Heads, and Patti LaBelle.
Donations to the Morris Slotin Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund can be made payable to the AASU Foundation, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419.
January 14, 2002