Apurva Gadde has been named the 2021 Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis Scholarship winner for her service, leadership, and excellence at IU. Named in honor of University Chancellor Emeritus Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis, this scholarship is awarded each spring to an Indiana University Bloomington student who demonstrates academic excellence, leadership in student activities, and a distinguished record of service as a good university citizen.
Apurva is the Lead Intern for the IUB Women Rising student alliance team and she is a graduate of our Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women at our Center. She is majoring in Public Policy Analysis, Sustainable Business, and Marketing at IU and has completed multiple internships at non-profits, for-profits and social enterprises where she focused on marketing and strategy. At Indiana University, she is currently President of the Alternative Break Program and the Founder of the Human Rights Awareness Council.