The Truman Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000, is a merit-based award that supports graduate studies of students who want to pursue careers in government or public service. Previous recipients of the Truman Scholarship include former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice.
Founded last semester, Common Cents aims to provide personal finance help to its members. This semester, the club started programming and plans to host a series of events to address topics like investment strategies, real estate investment and retirement planning.
"Normally, if you want to get your teeth aligned, you go to an orthodontist and go through many procedures and end up receiving a treatment plan, at the cost of three to five thousand dollars. However, if you like, you could use our app and do the exact thing for about $1,500," Wharton and Engineering sophomore Daniel Hanover said.