BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Eleven incoming Indiana University freshmen from across the Hoosier state have been selected as Kelley Scholars at the Kelley School of Business.
The Kelley Scholars, who intend to major in business at IU Bloomington, will receive standard tuition and fees, a stipend for living expenses and funding for academic activities such as overseas study.
The Kelley Scholars Program is funded by a multi-million-dollar gift from E.W. “Ed” Kelley and his family, made to IU in the fall of 1997. The university named its school of business for the Kelley family in acknowledgment of the gift.
This year’s class of Kelley Scholars was selected from a group of top students admitted to IU, who were invited to apply for the program because of their outstanding academic records. The application included references, a high school transcript, several personal statements on a variety of topics and an essay.
The 2019-20 Kelley Scholars are:
- Caitlin Broderick, a graduate of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory High School and the daughter of Michael and Susan Broderick of Zionsville. An AP Scholar with Distinction and with Honor, she graduated with class honors and with an award of outstanding academic achievement. She plans to study finance and entrepreneurship.
- John Cook, a graduate of Noblesville High School and the son of Matt and Lynn Cook of Noblesville. An active participant in student government, football, jazz band and a founding member of the Noblesville Mayor’s Youth Council, he plans to study finance.
- Charlotte Hagedorn, a summa cum laude graduate of Homestead High School and the daughter of Brett and Polly Hagedorn of Roanoke. A member of the National Honor Society and senior class president, she plans to study business management
- Kristen Hohman, a graduate as salutatorian of Cathedral High School and the daughter of Kevin and Elizabeth Hohman of Zionsville. A member of the National Honor Society and the tennis and volleyball teams, she plans to study finance.
- Michelle Nixon, a graduate of Brownsburg High School and the daughter of Thomas and Brenda Nixon of Brownsburg. A National Merit Finalist, a National Hispanic Scholar and an AP Scholar with Honor, she plans to study finance.
- Lucy Park, a graduate of Bishop Chatard High School and the daughter of Charles and Janeen Park of Carmel. A member of the National Honor Society and an executive member of student government, she plans to study finance and accounting.
- Nathan Shatkowski, a graduate of University High School of Indiana and the son of David and Laura Shatkowski of Fishers. President of the DECA chapter and the Special Olympics Club and a member of the baseball and basketball teams, he plans to study finance.
- Lia Sokol, a graduate of Bloomington High School South. A National Merit Scholarship Finalist and an AP Scholar with Distinction, she plans to study marketing and international business.
- May Tran, also a graduate of Bloomington High School South. She is the daughter of Ha Nguyen and Anh Tran of Bloomington. An AP Scholar with Distinction and a RISE Scholar, she plans to study finance and data analytics.
- Grant Trompen, a graduate of Westfield High School and the son of Mick and Ann Trompen of Westfield. A National Honor Society member and a Hoosier Boys State delegate, he plans to study finance and business analytics and minor in informatics.
- McKenna Wylam, also a graduate and the valedictorian of Cathedral High School and the daughter of Steve and Jacqui Wylam of Fishers. A National Merit Finalist and a member of the National Honor Society, she plans to study business and informatics.
For more information about the Kelley Scholars Program, contact the Kelley School of Business, 812-855-4474 or email@example.com.