Katelyn Sussli, a junior Organizational Communication & Leadership and Political Science double major from Loveland, Ohio and Chad Pingel, a junior Marketing and Finance major from Des Moines, Iowa, and , have been named Butler University’s most outstanding woman and man students, respectively, for 2014-2015.tano-ad

Katelyn Sussli and Chad Pingel

Sussli, who has a Business minor, will graduate in spring 2016. She has served as a Butler Student Ambassador, President of the Butler University Student Foundation, and Director of Administration for her sorority, Alpha Phi. She has been Student Director of the Volunteer Center and coordinator of the Academic Affairs committee of the Council on Presidential Affairs. After graduation, she plans to pursue her master’s degree in higher education. She graduated from Mount Notre Dame High School.

Pingel, who is minoring in Ethics, has served as a Butler Student Ambassador and chaired the academic affairs of his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta. Most notably, he has held roles as Vice President of Finance and Student Body President through the Student Government Association. He also works as a Student Orientation Guide and, next fall, will be a Student Orientation Coordinator. After graduation, he plans to stay in Indianapolis working in either the consulting or health care industries.

They were selected from this year’s Top 100 students, recognized by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Office of Alumni and Parent Programs.



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