2018-2019 Rucks Fellows Class Announced

2018-19 Rucks Fellows standing outside the Business Education Complex

The 2018-2019 Rucks Fellows (left to right) are: Ryder Rule, Alexis David, Antonia Rosinia, David Boh, Nicole Cadman, Tiger Scheyd, Morgan Evans, Catherine Stewart, Caroline Campagna, Ceara Cabezon and Jordan Templet.  

October 8, 2018

BATON ROUGE – The Class of 2018-2019 Rucks Fellows have been announced by the LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business Rucks Department of Management. They are David Boh of Metairie, La.; Ceara Cabezon of Baton Rouge; Nicole Cadman of Port Barre, La.; Caroline Campagna of Baton Rouge; Alexis David of Central, La.; Morgan Evans of Baton Rouge; Antonia Rosinia of New Orleans; Ryder Rule of Shreveport, La.; Tiger Scheyd of Destin, Fla.; Catherine Stewart of Baton Rouge and Jordan Templet of Prairieville, La.

The Rucks Fellows are graduating management majors who have earned a top grade point average.

Boh is a management major with a concentration in strategic leadership and a minor in construction management. Outside of the classroom, he has a passion for sports and is the former president and current vice president of LSU’s club baseball team. Additionally, he is the treasurer of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. After graduation, he plans to pursue his MBA and work for his family’s construction company, Boh Brothers.

Cabezon is a double major in management and information systems and decision sciences. She is the vice president of Tigers in Tech. Cabezon plans to pursue both an MBA and master’s degree in data science. Her career goal is to work with big data and data analytics in order to innovate the way businesses utilize data and its translation into business goals.

Cadman is a management major with a minor in psychology. Her goal is completing a professional internship at Walt Disney World.

Campagna is a management major with a concentration in human resources. She is a member of Delta Zeta sorority and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She plans to start law school in fall 2019.

David is a management major with a concentration in human resources. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and is a collegiate leader for Istrouma Baptist Church. David is also interning at the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation. A Gerry Lane scholarship recipient, she plans to pursue an MBA from the LSU Flores MBA Program following graduation. David’s dream job is working as an HR business partner for the Walt Disney Company.

Evans is a management major. Following graduation, she plans to attend cosmetology school and would ultimately like to own her own business.

Rosinia is a management major with a concentration in entrepreneurship. She is an Entrepreneurship Fellow and 2018 Baton Rouge Startup Weekend participant. She also participated in the LSU in Rome study abroad program. Following graduation, Rosinia plans to work for Eosera in Fort Worth, Texas.

Rule will graduate this December with a bachelor’s degree in management and a minor in personal investing. He works for the LSU Center for Academic Success as a supplemental instructor for an economics course. Rule plans to attend law school following graduation.

Scheyd will graduate in December with a bachelor’s degree in management with a concentration in entrepreneurship. He is a quarterback for the LSU football team and earned an athletic scholarship before the start of the current season. Scheyd plans to pursue an MBA following graduation.

Stewart is a management major with a concentration in entrepreneurship with a minor in philosophy. She is part of the LSU Women’s Chorale and is the former president and current vice president of Pro-Life LSU. Following graduation, Stewart plans to earn a graduate degree in theology and expand Heroic Catholic LLC, a business that she began in high school.

Templet is a management major with a concentration in human resources. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and has volunteered as a student note-taker for LSU Disability Services. She currently works as an accounting assistant for Gulf Inland Marine Services Inc. She enjoys travel and spending time with family and friends. Upon graduation, Templet plans to pursue a career in human resources.


About the Rucks Fellows Program
Thanks to a generous gift from William W. and Catherine M. Rucks, the top graduating management students are recognized each year as Rucks Fellows. Selected by the faculty, the Rucks Fellows represent the highest level of academic achievement among senior management majors. To enrich their development as future business leaders, these students receive opportunities not available to others, including the chance to interact with faculty and business leaders at special events, preferential enrollment in management courses, recognition during graduation and the right to identify themselves as Rucks Fellows.

About the Rucks Department of Management
The Rucks Department of Management at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business endeavors to prepare students for careers in fields such as international management, human resources and industrial/labor relations. A generous donation by LSU alumnus William W. Rucks and his wife, Catherine, has aided the department in securing faculty who are repeatedly recognized for their research and has aided student-affiliated organizations in achieving top honors nationally. For more information, visit lsu.edu/business/management or call 225-578-6101.

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