BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business has announced its Dean’s Council Scholars for 2019-20.
Chosen from among all entering freshmen who applied to IU and were directly admitted to the Kelley School, 16 incoming freshmen are Dean’s Council Scholars. Preference is given to students who are traditionally underrepresented in the field of business.
Students receive funding toward standard tuition and fees. They also receive support in the form of an advisor and a Kelley student mentor during their time at IU. They also have the option of residing in the Kelley Living Learning Center, a residential program that focuses on personal, academic and professional development. Each program has its unique events.
The Dean’s Council Scholarship was created in 2015 out of a shared aspiration of the Kelley School’s dean and Dean’s Council to pool their philanthropic resources to sustain and enhance the school’s diversity efforts, which includes students from all different economic backgrounds as well as students from diverse cultural backgrounds.
The Kelley Dean’s Council is composed of over 150 CEOs, vice presidents and business leaders who represent all ranges of industry. It advises on institutional goals, school strategies, and curricula. The council is also actively involved with long-term goal planning for the school and offers input on research, fundraising and the creation of new programs.
This year’s Dean’s Council Scholars, their high schools and hometowns are:
- Tony Cassiere, Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers, Ind.
- Sara Chesneau Bercebal, Spanish River Community High School, Bonita Springs, Fla.
- Phillip Denne, Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, Chicago
- Jarren French, Southeastern High School, Fishers, Ind.
- Grey Garcia, West Career Technical Academy, Las Vegas
- Daryl Gibbs, Plainfield High School, Plainfield, Ind.
- Ariel Grobman, Scheck Hillel Community School, Miami
- Brandon Haralson, Anderson High School, Anderson, Ind.
- Abraham Hill, Elkhart Central High School, Elkhart, Ind.
- Vanessa Koultourides, Munster High School, Munster, Ind.
- Matthew Moreno, Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, Miami
- Dylan Patel, Rock Ridge High School, Ashburn, Va.
- Cameron Segura, Vandegrift High School, Austin, Texas
- Cassandra Sullivan, Francis J. Reitz High School, Evansville, Ind.
- Andreina Treto, Marist High School, Oak Lawn, Ill.
- Deneys Van Der Merwe, Mountain Lakes High School, Mountain Lakes, N.J.
The scholarships are renewable as long as recipients meet the expectations of their scholarship program. More information about the Dean’s Council Scholars program is available from the Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives at 812-855-4474 or email@example.com.