This semester has brought wonderful news!
Join us in congratulating:
- Patrick Leggieri ’18 (chemical engineering) & Travis Shoemaker ’18 (civil & environmental engineering), this year’s Goldwater Scholarship recipients
- Tessa Broholm ’17 (biology) who will be earning a master’s in tropical biodiversity and ecosystems as our first Erasmus Mundus Scholar
- Stacey-Ann Pearson ’15 (civil & environmental engineering) who will be on her way to China to earn a master’s in global affairs as a Schwarzman Scholar
- Ian Morse ’17 (History and Math/Econ), Sadie Lebow ’17 (English and gov/law), Katherine Cedillos ’17 (IA and A&S), and Kofi Boateng ’16 (global health studies) who will be going to Indonesia, Greece, Colombia and India (respectively) as Fulbright Student Grantees English Teaching Assistantship program, and to Christine Carpenter ’17 (IA and French) and Scott Kovacs ’16 (FAMS) who are alternates for Fulbright’s study grants to the Netherlands and the UK respectively. Christine will actually be attending the University of Cambridge earning a master’s in international affairs
- Ian Morse ’17 who was awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to learn Bahasa Indonesian over the summer. Ian had to turn down the scholarship in order to accept the Fulbright due to overlapping program dates
- Stavros Kariofillis ’17 (biochemistry), Sean McSherry ’17 chemical engineering), and Dustin Morris ’17 (physics & geology) who will be earning PhDs at U.S. graduate schools through National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program, and to Cara Abecunas ’17 (chemical engineering) who was a NSF-GRFP honorable mention
- Sara Hayet ’18 (gov/law and women’s & gender studies) who flew back from her study abroad in Switzerland for her interview as a finalist for the Truman Scholarship
- Elena Esch ’18 (neuroscience) who will be conducting research at MIT as a Amgen Scholar this summer
- Chirag Nijjer ’20 (electrical & computer engineering) and Ali Ehsan ’20 (economics) the College’s first Future Global Leader fellowship program finalists
If you or other students/recent graduates should be on this list, please let us know and accept our sincerest apologies for our oversight and heartfelt congratulations for a job well done!
Whether you are a student, staff, or faulty member; thank you for your tremendous effort and support. We look forward to highlighting your efforts, success, and stories in upcoming editions.