computer science academic award winners

Fall Students Receive Academic Excellence Award

To conclude the fall semester, DIS faculty members selected students who exemplified engaged learners to receive the Academic Excellence award for their Program.

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These students demonstrated motivation and intelligence in their courses, fostered collaborative learning environments, and brought class discussions to high academic levels. Each faculty member praised the students on their professionalism inside and outside of class and passion for course topics.

The following students received Academic Excellence Awards this fall:

Biomedicine: Bolutife Olurotimi Fakoya, Swarthmore College

Child Development and Diversity: Emily Kubota, Pomona College

Communication: Kate Swyer, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Computer Science: Irene Kuo, Cornell University, Brennan Kuo, Carleton College, and John Fisher, Davidson College

Environmental Science of the Arctic: Cameron Birney de Wet, Bowdoin College

European Politics: Marielle Carter, Georgetown University

Global Economics: Spencer Mueller, Whitman College

International Business: Emma Rabun, Gonzaga University

Medical Practice & Policy: Emily Wolverton, University of Denver

Neuroscience: Catherine Joy, University of Rochester

Psychology: Kathleen Price, Southern Methodist University

Public Health: Nirabh Koirala, Grinnell College

Sociology: Palmer Mills, Tulane University and Louisa Marbury Coy Dallett, College of Wooster

Sustainability: Daniel Raynor, Yale University

Urban Studies: Owen Goetze, Seattle University

Students in the Architecture and Design Program courses were awarded the Design Excellence Award:

Architecture Design Foundations Studio: Ellen Sarah Casey, Colorado College

Urban Design Foundations Studio: Elizabeth Eaton Vamos, Vassar College

Graphic Design Foundations Studio: Grace Elisabeth Kennedy, Middlebury College  


Congratulations to these students, who showed enthusiasm and commitment to making the most of their academic experience at DIS.

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