Emma Davis, Burris Laboratory School, is the recipient of the eKeeper Systems Unparalleled Excellence Scholarship, the Lathrop P. Johnson Scholarship, and the Arthur D. and Josephine M. Robling Scholarship.
Established by eKeeper Systems and its owner, Dustin Humm, the eKeeper Systems Unparalleled Excellence Scholarship is awarded to a graduating student from any Delaware County high school who is in the top 10% of their class and plans to major in science or computer sciences. Consideration is given to a student's leadership and excellence in the areas of academic ability, involvement in arts or athletics, and community involvement.
The Lathrop P. Johnson Scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Lathrop P. Johnson, Professor of German Emeritus in the Department of Modern Languages and Classics at Ball State University. Dr. Johnson's life work was helping young people understand more about themselves and others around the world through the study of language. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from any Delaware County high school who plans to major, or dual major, in a foreign language.
Recipients of the Arthur D. and Josephine M. Robling Scholarship must be residents of Delaware County, be of good moral character and display good citizenship, and must have maintained at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average in high school.
Emma plans to attend Purdue University to study computer science and Spanish. She is the daughter of Jackie and Chad Davis.