2011 Senior Spotlight

 

So many promising seniors, so little time.

So we’ve started compiling a list of those seniors who have made a mark during their stay at Emory. We’ll also be keeping an eye on them for successful endeavors in the future.

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Kyle Albers 11C, Environmental Studies (see previous QuadTalk post)

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Ari Blinder 11C, Matt Ryckman 11B & Matt Fennel 11C, Award-winning student filmmakers (See Quadrangle article)

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Dorian Capers 11C, Psychology; NooRee Lee 11C; Brandon Schupp 11B, Business; Megan Swenson 11C; Shin-he Yu 11C, Political Science; with the help of other students from Emory and Coan Middle School; Community Service Project (see Emory’s Coan Garden Art Project Blog)

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Kristen Clayton 11C, Sociology  (see previous QuadTalk post)

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Liz Horvat 11C, Psychology; and Amy Minowitz 11C, Biology; Recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships (see news release)

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Ovais Inamullah 11C and Stephen Weil 11C
, Award-winning debaters (see news release)

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Shivani Jain 11C, Sociology, Marshall Scholarship recipient (see previous QuadTalk post)

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David Samuel Micley 11C, Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society,  Phi Betta Kappa Society (see Emory Wheel article)

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Noor Najafi 11C, Religion, Recipient of the 2011 Lucius Lamar McMullan Award

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Michaela Salvo 11C
, Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society (see YouTube video)

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Garrett Turner 11C, Music and Creative Writing, Bobby Jones Scholar (see previous QuadTalk post)

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Daniel Weiss 11C, Physics (and theater lighting)

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100 Senior Honorary for 2011, sponsored by the Emory Alumni Association

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College senior Jain wins 2011 Marshall Scholarship

Emory University senior Shivani Jain has been awarded the 2011 Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in England. The sociology major plans to study global health and economic development at University College London, health policy at Cambridge University, and infectious disease control at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Competition for Marshall Scholarships is extremely rigorous, and more than 800 candidates in the United States are interviewed each year for the exclusive awards. The scholarships finance up to 40 young Americans of high ability to study for a degree at the university of their choice in the United Kingdom for two years. Jain is the second consecutive Emory student to receive the scholarship and the 14th overall from the university.

See the eScienceCommons profile on Jain