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SGA vice president Jocelyn Fluker receives Daniel J. Bradley Medal

March 29, 2021

Jocelyn Fluker, a psychology major from Decatur, Ill., is this semester’s recipient of Indiana State University’s Daniel J. Bradley Medal for Leadership, Scholarship, and Service.

The medal, one of the highest honors given at Indiana State, is presented to a graduating student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and achievement in leadership, scholarship and service as an undergraduate.

Fluker will be recognized at spring commencement in May. 

Fluker is the Vice President of the Student Government Association at ISU and President of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. She was also named the 2020 National Pan-Hellenic Council President of the Year by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. She is a two-time recipient of the Academic Achievement Award from ISU’s Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center. During her sophomore year, she received the Her Color Shines: Savvy Award. 

“I would say that my experience at Indiana State has been fulfilling and was developed through my involvement,” Fluker said. “Coming to Indiana State, I wanted to make myself known to students, faculty, and staff and to leave a lifelong mark on our campus to let everyone know that Jocelyn Fluker was here.”

After graduation, she plans on attending graduate school to earn a master’s degree in school counseling. She hopes to become a school counselor and work with elementary-aged children.


The medal is named after Dan Bradley, the university's 11th president who served from 2009 to 2018.