DONOR DOLLARS AT WORK: Josiah Devapalan, Biology
By Jana Garvie Lindley
Northwestern student Josiah Devapalan, Brampton, Ontario, found that Donor Dollars allow him to conquer his goals.
“Scholarships have provided me with an opportunity to pursue both my academic and athletic goals.”
A member of the Ranger baseball team, Devapalan will graduate in 2025 with a biology major and chemistry minor. He has set his sights on becoming a professional baseball player but is readying himself to become a veterinarian if his career plans change.
Devapalan describes himself as a hardworking individual who does not give up and will find a way to get things done.
“I have had a very positive experience at Northwestern and made many connections and matured as a person.”
Devapalan received the Kenneth and Sue Fellers Family Scholarship.
This endowment was established in 2010 by Kenneth (’63) and Sue (Hildreth) Fellers (’64). The scholarship unites the couple's passions to provide financial assistance to a student from northwest Oklahoma pursuing a degree in math, physical science, or biological science. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA.