Louise Goggans, president of the Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter, featured in Inside IUPUI
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Louise Goggans is president of the Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Chapter and is well aware of its connection with Indiana University and IUPUI.
The Neal-Marshall Alumni Club -- named for the first African American male and female graduates from Indiana University, Marcellus Neal (BA 1895) and Frances Marshall-Eagleson (BA 1919) -- represents the history of achievement for African American students at IU campuses throughout the university’s history.
Goggans is an IU alumna, earning a master’s degree from the IU School of Education and a doctorate of medical sciences degree from the IU School of Medicine, and thus a part of that history.
Read more about Goggans and the Neal-Marshall Alumni Club in the Inside IUPUI article "Alumni organization celebrates African American student achievement at IUPUI and IU."