Brad Sells and Dr. Pat Sells Scholarship for Fine Art or Exercise
Mr. Tony Sells and his wife, Rebecca Sells ('72 Sociology) are establishing this scholarship endowment to honor their sons, Brad Sells ('94 Psychology), and Dr. Pat Sells ('92 Health and Physical Education). Brad began his study of woodwork and art at the Tennessee Tech Appalachian Center for Craft. He attributes his studies in natural and social sciences to enhancing his understanding of the diversity and grand scale of geological time, as well as the importance of the balance of form, consistency and patience. Pat began his study of the health sciences at TTU and after attaining his doctorate, began working at Vanderbilt Medical Center as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist. Later, he began his teaching career at Belmont and is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy. Pat regards his time at Tech as crucial in his desire to pursue health care and eventually academia as professions. Four generations in Tony and Rebecca's family have attended TTU, and they hope to instill this drive and love for education in future students at Tennessee Tech.
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