WSU "Karen DePauw Leadership Award" Received by Chloe Erikson

Apr 5, 2021


Chloe Erikson, a neuroscience graduate student in the department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience, has been selected for the Karen DePauw Leadership Award for 2021. Chloe is an energetic and hardworking scientist who has engaged in many activities to support both graduate education and community.

The Karen P. DePauw Leadership Award was created in honor of Dr. DePauw’s service to WSU in 2003. This fund was based on donations from the WSU community in Dr. DePauw’s name. The fellowship was created to give recognition to graduate students in conjunction with the Association for Women Faculty and the Graduate School. This award is delivered annually to a student in good standing who has successfully passed their preliminary examination and have at least a 3.5 graduate GPA. Students must be enrolled either full-­‐ or part-­‐time to be eligible for the award.

More information on the Karen DePauw Leadership Award can be found online at https://news.wsu.edu/announcement/call-nominations-karen-p-depauw-leadership-award/

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