11 students selected for first Burton D. Morgan Fellows Program

Eleven undergraduate and graduate students, including two from Purdue Polytechnic Institute, have been selected for the first cohort of the Burton D. Morgan Fellowship Program, a student-driven initiative focused on thought leadership, mentorship and community building.

The group includes Jason Brier, an undergraduate in computer graphics technology, and Rachel Borsa, a graduate student in aviation and aerospace management.

The fellows program recognizes high-performing students in the area of entrepreneurship and is focused on fostering thought leadership through support of professional development, according to Nathalie Duval-Couetil, associate professor of technology leadership and innovation and director of the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program.

Read more the full Purdue University news release.

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