Jordan Wolman of Scotch Plains Receives Two Lehigh University Awards
BETHLEHEM, PA – Jordan Wolman of Scotch Plains was awarded two Lehigh University awards for the Spring Semester 2021.
The Scotch Plains-Fanwood HS graduate was among the recipients of the James J. Duane III Award for Leadership in Student Life, awarded to seniors for exceptional achievement as student leaders at Lehigh. The following areas serve as the basis for assessing excellence: overall impact on Lehigh students, program development and implementation, bridging cultural differences, and student leadership by taking on a role to improve interaction between students, faculties, and staff.
Wolman was one of eight students who received the Allegiance Award in spring 2021. The Allegiance Award is given to seniors to recognize their commitment and continuous improvement within a particular organization. One of the outstanding achievements in this area is the senior citizen’s influence on the organization. to be an organization member of Lehigh for a substantial portion of their time; serve within a variety of roles within the organization; and to be significantly involved in overall organizational management such as visioning, goal setting and annual transition for the organization.
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Wolman, a former TAPintoSPF intern, graduated from Lehigh earlier this month and joined Politico as a digital producer.
“I’ll do a little bit of everything: copy editing, SEO, and as much reporting as possible,” he says. “I’ll be going through the newsroom to try different beats. I’m excited to learn from some of the best!”
For more than 150 years, Lehigh University has combined outstanding academic and learning opportunities with leadership skills in promoting innovative research. The institution is one of the most selective and highest rated private research universities in the country. Lehigh’s five colleges – the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Economics, the College of Education, the College of Health and the PC Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences – offer more than 7,000 students the opportunity to study in an academically rigorous To discover the environment and to grow a supportive, committed campus community.