Brockton native Sharlene Paul, a psychology major with a minor in social welfare, is the inaugural recipient of the Adam London Memorial Scholarship. Established by Dr. Howard London, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs and his colleagues, the scholarship is in memory of his son, Adam, who died August 2010 in a single-car accident at age 17. Sharlene will earn her degree over the summer and aspires to attend gradute school and enter the mental health field to help adult populations, the elderly and people with disabilities. In a thank-you letter to Dr. London, she wrote, "I thank you very much for creating this scholarship. Not only does it help others, but it inspires people like me to keep striving for greatness."