|Science Alumni Association Names New Board/Officers |
Six new board members have been named to the School of Science Alumni Association Board of Directors. Their positions became effective as of June 30, 2012. They include:
Terra Query of Indianapolis, B.A. Chemistry 2004: Incoming Board President; School counselor at Edgewood High School in Ellettsville, Ind.
David Cross of Brownsburg, Ind., M.S. Psychology 1979: Dir. of Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy at Indianapolis Rehabilitation; Assistant professor of physical therapy, Indiana State University
Peggy Fisherkeller of Indianapolis, M.S. Geology 1999: Business curator of geology, Indiana State Museum
Ashley Horstman of Indianapolis, B.A. Psychology/clinical rehabilitation: SOAR graduate assistant, IUPUI Office of Alumni Relations
Josh Peters of Indianapolis, B.S. Physics/M.S. Engineering 2006: Staff engineer, Rolls -Royce Corporation
Lucia Ruso of Indianapolis, M.S.Physics: Professor of Physics/science program chair, Ivy Tech Community College
The School of Science Alumni Association serves the school as advisors and advocates. The Alumni Association works to keep School of Science alumni engaged with the School, the IUPUI campus, and the University. The Association furthers the professional, educational and social interests of its alumni, both individually and collectively.
The Alumni Association currently is seeking nominations to the Board of Directors. If you are interested or would like to nominate someone, please let us know.
Support the Alumni Association Scholarship FundThe School of Science Alumni Association supports undergraduate scholarships each year. These scholarships play an important role in creating opportunities for research and learning experiences for many high-ability undergraduates. If you would like to support the undergraduate scholarship fund, please contact Anne Marie Chastain.
Submit an Alumni Class Note!Keep us in the know about what you're up to! We want to hear about achievements in your career, your family and your personal and community pursuits. Visit the Science alumni class notes site.