Indiana University

2013 Outstanding IUPUI Students Named

  • April 18, 2013

Elizabeth Bourgeois, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, and Jim Plew, a senior with double majors in finance and international studies, were named the most outstanding female and male students at IUPUI for 2013.

Their selection as IUPUI outstanding students was announced April 12 at the Top 100 Outstanding Students Recognition Dinner.

Selection of the 2013 most outstanding students began with the nomination of more than 1,000 students. Of the top 100 female and male students, the top 10 female and male students were chosen. From this select group, the most outstanding female and male students were selected.

Nominations are reviewed and scored by IUPUI alumni, faculty and staff. Scores are based on academic achievement, collegiate and co-curricular activities, civic engagement and community service.

The top 10 female students  are:

Elizabeth Bourgeois, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Alisha Allison, IU School of Nursing

Oaksoon Callahan, IU School of Liberal Arts

Kelsey Lipking, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Mariana Lopez-Owens, IU School of Liberal Arts

Nehal Parikh, School of Science

Daisy Pham, Kelley School of Business

Kristyn Seibert, School of Science

Michelle Wickham, IU School of Liberal Arts

Emily Potts, School of Science and IU School of Liberal Arts

The top 10 male students are:

Jim Plew, Kelley School of Business and IU School of Liberal Arts

Armaan Choudhary, Kelley School of Business

Mitchell Gauger, Kelley School of Business

Andrew Headrick, School of Science

Cole Johnson, Kelley School of Business

Gabriel Martinez, School of Science

Tomas Meijome, School of Science

Jeremy Sherer, School of Science and IU School of Liberal Arts

Joshua Van Goey, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Eric Wolf, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Elizabeth Bourgeois and Jim Plew

Elizabeth Bourgeois and Jim Plew

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