ODI Scholars awarded Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership scholarships
Disciplina in civatatem, Education for Citizenship.
It is a calling as Buckeyes – a responsibility born out of our land-grant mission to improve the well-being of our communities. In honor of Ohio State's sesquicentennial, the university continues to demonstrate this motto through the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program.
Through this program, 150 students will be awarded $2,500 scholarships while they build the skills and fortitude essential to becoming engaged citizens through leadership development and ambassador opportunities.
Of those 150 students, 16 are from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Jordan Abron (MSP), Health Sciences Program
Samuel Alfonso-Tavarez (LLDI), Management and Industry Exploration
Lily Andualem (MSP), Industrial and Systems Engineering
Abigail Aronoff (MSP), Exploration
Mathias Dawit (MSP & LSAMP), Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sydney Green (MSP), Political Science
Joe Ingram (YSP), Social Work
Mariah Muhammad (YSP), Criminology and Criminal Justice
Makayla Newman (MSP), Athletic Training
LeRoy Ricksy (MSP & YSP), Law
Jayda Rogers (YSP), Public Management, Leadership, and Policy
Raina Rotondo (MSP), Civil Engineering
Melanie Russell (YSP), Medicine
Camille Victor (MSP), Communication
John Vu (MSP), Biochemistry
Alvian Williams (YSP), Higher Education and Student Affairs
Congratulations to all!