Congrtualtions to Jenna Strop the CRCS OUstanding STudent Achievement Award Winner!
Jenna Strop, Boise, Bachelor of Science Degree, Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences – Strop’s choice of career path took a detour her sophomore year because of an influential class by ISU audiology Associate Professor and Director Jeff Brockett, where she found a “passion for all things ears.” Strop gained valuable career-related experience during 60 hours of job shadowing an audiologist during summer break.
She has attained a near perfect GPA of 3.9, while pursuing a rigorous degree in communication sciences and disorders. The recipient of a four-year Presidential Scholarship, Strop graduates with honors distinction. In addition to being a member of the University Honors Program, she served as a Career Path Intern for the program.
Active in her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta, Strop served as philanthropy service chair, chapter president, and new member orientation director. In that capacity, she participated in 100 volunteer hours. She also worked for the university, serving as a New Student Orientation Leader for two years.
This fall, Strop will be attending graduate school to pursue a Doctor of Audiology degree.