Business Students Receive University Recognition
Two Leavey School of Business students received University awards for their special contributions to the Santa Clara University community this year.
“I wish to congratulate the graduating seniors selected to receive [these] University awards, the highest recognition given to students,” said SCU President Michael Engh, S.J.
These students were honored at the annual Senior Toast that took place June 1 and will be recognized again at Commencement on June 16.
Gracelyn Rillorta Bateman Award for Inclusive Excellence
Jasmyne Gaston (marketing/ethnic studies double major)
This award is given to a current graduating senior or group of graduating seniors that has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the campus-wide goal of advancing excellence through diversity and inclusion. Notable contributions might include leadership in programming, training, or other experiences enhancing excellence through inclusion in the University community.
Richard J. Riordan Award
Francis Tan (MIS major)
Established in 1984, the Riordan Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of graduating seniors in the area of community service. The community service for which the nominee is being recognized must have been through a department(s) or program(s) affiliated with Santa Clara University and must have focused on work with marginalized or underserved populations outside of the University community.