Dillard University’s 2014 salutatorians are three men who all transferred in their sophomore years from Voorhees University. While conducting several hours of community service, they each have maintained 4.0 grade point averages.
Emole Anya Dimgba, 27, is a computer science major from Aba Abia, Nigeria, who minored in physics and mathematics. He completed 225 community service hours primarily serving as an usher during commencements, honor’s convocation ceremonies, and in computer science labs repairing computers. He plans to work at Koch Industries, in Wichita, Kansas as a software developer.
Stephen Igwe, 26, is a biology major from Nigeria who plans to teach math and science in Houston, Texas, while preparing for medical school. He completed 269 community service hours in the areas of commencement, honor’s convocation, UNCF Walk, at Oschner Hospital, and tutoring students in math and science.
Victor Ogburie, 24, a physics major, mathematics and computer science minor, is from Nigeria. He plans to attend the University of Texas in Austin to pursue a master’s degree in computer science while working at Accenture, Inc., as a software developer. Ogburie completed 175 in community service hours as an usher at campus events including commencement, honor’s convocations, and participation in the UNCF walk.