The results are in: Economics, supply chain, and math student David Choi has been named the Turken Family Outstanding Graduating Senior for spring 2014. David was chosen from finalists across the W. P. Carey School of Business, for his exemplary commitment to academic excellence, campus leadership, and civic responsibility.
When it comes to school, David has excelled in three challenging fields. His unique ability to distill and communicate complex information in an accessible way has engaged other students and driven more dynamic discussions in the classroom. David’s communication skills and academic diligence have helped him earn not only an excellent GPA, but the respect of faculty, staff, and fellow students.
David has made a positive impact on campus since day one of his freshman year. He became involved with and led in the W. P. Carey Business Ambassadors, and has consulted with organizations like Banner Baywood Medical Center and Intel as a part of the Consulting Scholars group. David has also taught help sessions for honors business statistics, and for the past three years has served as a Camp Carey facilitator.
Off campus, David has dedicated himself to bettering the community as a volunteer with St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank and United Blood Services, as well as building homes in Mexico and tutoring ESL students at Chandler Sunset Library. It’s clear that David Choi stands out in the b-school crowd, and will make an impressive addition to our family of alums.