BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Ten 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 2021-2022 Kelley Scholars are:
- Adam Yaggy, a graduate of Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne. He is a tennis Academic All-State and 4-time sectional champion. He has been highly involved in volunteer opportunities with more than 120 hours of community service, is a member of the National Honor Society and a self-taught pianist. He plans to major in management.
- Andrew Eichstadt, a graduate of Northridge High School in Middlebury. He is a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist and valedictorian. He has been involved in many extracurricular activities, including the Startup Moxie Elkhart County program and was vice president of student council. He plans to major in finance.
- Ava Frank, a graduate of Fishers High School. She is a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist and graduated summa cum laude. She has served on a variety of academic teams such as Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Spell Bowl and was team captain for Academic Super Bowl Math Division. She plans on majoring in finance.
- Carly Wiegel, a graduate of Park Tudor School. She is an AP Scholar with Honor and an inductee into the Cum Laude Society. She has been involved in Model UN, helped to conduct research on migraines and has served as a co-chair for the school’s Habitat for Humanity build. She plans to major in finance.
- Ella Greenawald, a graduate of Carmel High School. She is a recipient of the 3-Dimensional Leadership Award and placed first at DECA’s state competition. She was four-year member of her high school softball team and member of her high school’s House of Representatives. She plans to major in finance.
- Faith Peebles, a graduate of Greenwood Community High School. She served as her high school’s student body president and was on the Greenwood mayor’s Youth Council. In addition, she participated in cheer leading and track and field. She plans to major in marketing.
- Maddie Kosc, a graduate of Carmel High School. She is an AP Scholar with Distinction and member of the National Honor Society. She has served on Carmel mayor’s Youth Council, participated in peer tutoring and was co-president of the Science of Caring organization. She plans to major in marketing.
- Reagan Frank, a graduate of Fishers High School. She was salutatorian of her class and is a National Merit Semi-Finalist. She served as president of the Fishers High School Transfer Student Program and as team captain on the speech team. She plans to major in finance.
- Ryder Stults, a graduate of Hamilton Southeastern High School. He is an AP Scholar with Distinction and was an international qualifier in the Indiana DECA State Competition last year. He was a finalist in the National Personal Finance Challenge this year. He also served as an executive board member of the Hamilton County Cooperative Extension. He plans to major in finance.
- Sonya Vyas, a graduate of Center Grove High School. She is an AP Scholar with Distinction and member of the National Honor Society. Sonya has served as a Special Olympics volunteer, a varsity tennis player and was the president of Math Honor Society. She plans to major in management.
For more information about the Kelley Scholars Program, contact the Kelley School of Business, 812-855-4474 or email@example.com.