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The Olivia V. Erhardt Memorial Fund for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows – The LO.V.E. Fund.
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The Erhardt family has worked with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Mariemont School Foundation to establish the Olivia V. Erhardt Memorial Fund for Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows – The LO.V.E. Fund. The Fund will allow Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to extend a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship position to a Mariemont High School graduate (students who will be undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors in the Fall of 2018) in a research lab that otherwise could not fund such a position – provided the student moves through the application and selection process and is considered eligible.

The LO.V.E. Fund name was inspired by a button designed in memory of Olivia by a friend from Columbia University.

For more information on the Fund, please visit the Mariemont School Foundation website at http://mariemontschoolfoundation.org/give/oliviaverhardtlovefund/

Thank You for Supporting the LO.V.E. Fund

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DateMessageAuthor
8/26/2018Thank you to the Columbia College Class of 2018 and Susanna Betti for the recent $500 donation. Susanna and several of Olivia's friends had graduation pins made in Olivia and Abilgail Flanaghan's memory to wear during Columbia's graduation ceremony. The sales of the pins raised the $500 donation which is now part of the fund.Joan and Mark Erhardt
11/12/2017Thank you Global Brigades (Shital Vora and Steve Atamian) for the very generous $2,500 donation to the fund.Joan and Mark Erhardt
5/15/2017We just awarded the first 2017 LOVE Fund recipient, Lindsay Harden, today. Lindsay, a Mariemont HS 2016 graduate, is now a freshman at the Univ. of South Carolina in the honors program in Biology & Education. She will work in the Global Health lab of Dr. Patrick McGann, MD, MS at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Ctr in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) this summer on neonatal screening for hemoglobinopathies and sickle cell disease. Olivia was a classmate of Lindsay's older sister, Kendall.Kieran J. Phelan, MD, MSc.
3/29/2017Thank you AOII, Alpha Chapter (Columbia/Barnard) for the contribution from your recent fundraiser.Joan and Mark Erhardt
3/28/2017The gift of $690 was on behalf of the entire Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Chapter!Tiffany Warmuth
3/28/2017The gift of $690 was on behalf of the entire Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Chapter!Tiffany Warmuth
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