UWS Analise Dlugasch HEART Scholarship
Analise Dlugasch was a two-time FIU Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management graduate, one of the founders of the FIU Equestrian student club, and an employee of FIU’s Office of Donor Relations. Tragedy struck one night in November 2014 when Analise was having dinner with a friend at a restaurant and began to choke. No one was able to help her as they waited for an ambulance. She spent four months in coma and, on Feb. 27, 2015, she passed away from complications.
Analise’s family and FIU are working together to try and prevent similar tragedies from happening with the FIU Hospitality Emergency Alert & Response Training (HEART). The HEART program aims to teach core basic skills of CPR and choking relief to every hospitality management student at FIU.
- Hospitality student with a 3.0 GPA or above.
- Enrolled full time in the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 terms (12 credits).
- Preference will be given to students involved with the FIU Equestrian Club.
- Submit a response to the following essay prompt: The FIU Hospitality Emergency Alert & Response Training (HEART) program aims to equip participants and the FIU community with the core basic skills of CPR and choking relief. In a brief essay please explain why it is important for the Hospitality Industry to be trained in CPR and choking relief.
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