Lindsey Hildebrand, recently graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in Psychology, and was also commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. In recognition of her excellence, she was awarded one of only two Pallas Athene awards in the U.S. by the Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association. This award recognizes the top two outstanding military science female cadets among all of the ROTC programs in the country, and is a testament to her commitment and leadership. Her leadership extended beyond her roles in the military, as she was also an exceptional peer mentor in our Psychology Learning Community. Congratulations to 2LT Hildebrand!
More information on 2LT Hildebrand and the Pallas Athene Award can be found at these links: https://news.las.iastate.edu/2016/06/01/army-rotc-students-learn-to-lead-and-develop-others/ and http://www.armywomen.org/award.shtml