New Scholarship Honors Radiography Alumna and Faculty Member

The Jodi Neff Schultz scholarship honors the memory of Jodi (Neff) Schultz, an alumna and faculty member of Clarkson College and supports incoming students to the Radiography and Medical Imaging program.

Jodi attended Clarkson College from 2004-2006, graduating with her Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology and her Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging. Throughout her time as a student, she demonstrated academic excellence and leadership as a Dean’s List recipient and graduate with honors. She was active in the Lambda Nu Honor Society, Radiologic Technologist Student Association (RTSA) and Clarkson College Alumni Association, and served as class president.

Upon graduation, Jodi became employed at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center and served at Clarkson College as a Radiography and Medical Imaging faculty member from 2006-2009. As a faculty member, Jodi served as a RTSA Faculty Sponsor, Alumni Association Board of Directors member and student advisor.

Jodi was passionate about providing the highest quality patient care and going above and beyond for her coworkers and patients. In 2019, Jodi married the love of her life and best friend, Steve Schultz. They loved adventure and traveling whenever possible. She also loved Husker football, volleyball and her pup Zadie. Jodi lived a life of service to others through volunteer work at Job’s Daughters and March of Dimes and as a regular blood donor, among many others. She gave the final gift of life through organ donation so that others might live. Jodi’s family will honor her legacy by providing an annual scholarship to an individual selected by a committee of family and friends.

Students enrolled in the Radiography and Medical Imaging program can apply for the scholarship as part of the yearly endowment scholarship application process. Learn more about the Radiography and Medical Imaging program and the field that Jodi dedicated her career to during her lifetime.