Congratulations to IB Concentrator James Caven (Robin Hopkins) awarded the 2022 Hoopes Prize in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for his project, "Many Plants, One Pattern: Environmental Effects on Plasticity in Phlox."
The Jacob Wendell Scholarship Prize, which was established in 1899 by bequest of Jacob Wendell, is awarded to a Harvard College sophomore identified by the selection committee as the most promising and broad-ranging scholar in his or her class.
Congratulations to graduating senior Ella Frigyik, Gonzalo Giribet Lab, awarded the Hoopes Prizefor her senior thesis, “Phylogeographic investigation into the New Zealand harvestman genus Algidia (Arachnida: Opiliones: Triaenonychidae)”.
Congratulations to Chinmay Sonawane (Haig Lab) awarded the Captain Jonathan Fay Prize by the Radcliffee Institute. The prize is awarded to the graduating senior who has produced the most outstanding imaginative work or piece of original research in any field. Chinmay won for his project, "A Defence of the Queens of Africa: The Public Health and Economic Benefits of Spotted Hyenas (Crocuta crocuta)."
Dylan Ryals (Farrell Lab) for his project, “Of Mites and Men: Using Spatially Explicit Sampling and Genetic Sequencing to Uncover Disease Dynamics of Honeybee Parasite Varroa destructor in Migratory Apiculture.”
Allison Shu Ting Law (Giribet Lab) for her project, "...
Rewan Abdelwahab, Integrative Biology (IB) concentrator in OEB, says the four trips to five countries during her years at Harvard helped define and shape who she is.
As a first-year student, Rewan visited Santiago, Chile where she was immersed in the Spanish language and learned about health care and education in the country, often working with students from local schools. During her sophomore year, she traveled to Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia to learn about Islamic history and culture. The summer before her junior year, she was in Istanbul and Alexandria,...