Rosa and Duke Honored at Spring 2020 Commencement
We have two students who will be recognized for their achievements at commencement this year!
Tori J.K. (TJ) Rosa, elementary education and Honors College, was one of two students selected for the France A. Córdova Award for Leadership in Action. This award honors graduating students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership during their time at Purdue. The students must have held successful leadership roles, working in partnership with staff and faculty to move the university forward, while maintaining a minimum 3.0 grade point average. The award winners receive a certificate, a cash award and their name inscribed on a plaque.
Laura R. Duke, social studies education and with a concentration in economics/government, was one of six selected for the Charles O. McGaughey Leadership Award. McGaughey, a 1939 Purdue graduate, established the awards to honor students for leadership potential. To be eligible for these awards, students must have completed a minimum of two years of full-time study at Purdue and achieved at least a 3.0 graduation index. Recipients are selected on the basis of their contributions to Purdue and the community. Each honoree receives $3,345 as an acknowledgement of their superior leadership abilities, scholarship and appreciation of basic American values.
We are thrilled and very proud of the accomplishments of these highly-accomplished, driven students. These honors are acknowledgement of all they have poured into their Purdue experience.
We look forward to seeing #TheNextGiantLeap they each take.