Anjali Nambrath, ’21, Physics – First Prize. Anjali received this prize for her work in French. She has a deeply curious and analytic mind as reflected in her independent translation project dealing with dark comedy, feminism, and the politics of language in Quebec.
Kylie Hansen, ’22, Physics – recipient of the Margarita Ribas Groeger Distinguished Scholar award for her work in Japanese. Kylie was noted for being highly motivated and passionate about her study of Japanese language and culture.
David Darrow, ’22, Mathematics – recipient of the Ellen Crocker Distinguished Scholar award for his work in German as well as French and Russian. David is a highly devoted and motivated student. Always prepared, always eager to learn and share, his contributions in class have always brought the class to a higher level.