The Scholarship Award, given to the junior or senior with the highest cumulative GPA, was presented to Pnina Rokhlin. Over the course of her four years at ASU, Rokhlin maintained a GPA over a 4.0 while double majoring in biological sciences with an emphasis in neurobiology, physiology and behavior, and family and human development.

The second award was given to the scholar who has excelled as a leader within the program. This year’s Leadership Award was presented to Alyssa Tarpley, who has served on the Medallion Scholarship program’s council since she was a freshman, and consistently develops new ways to help engage her peers from service projects to social events.

The last award presented was the Service Award. This year’s Service Award was presented to John Gebara, who performed 505 hours of community service during the 2019–2020 school year. Each of the scholars must complete at least four hours of community service a semester, and as an organization, the Medallion Scholarship students completed 1,500 service hours this past academic year.

Learn more about the ASU Alumni Association Medallion Scholarship or become a donor.

Morgan Harrison

Director of strategic communications , ASU Alumni Association