Student Highlights

2016 Student Award Recipients:
Thao Vu - Class of 1875
Yutong Shang - C.W. Fink

2015 Student Award Recipients:
Nate Latshaw - Class of 1875
Jordan Forry - C.W. Fink
Jason Gates - Departmental Honors
Johnathan Jones - Departmental Honors

2014 Student Award Recipients:
Qingyu Wang - Class of 1875
Mary Campbell - C.W. Fink
Nolan Funchion - Departmental Honors

2013 Student Award Recipients:
Kevin Cottington - Class of 1875
Yujia Zhou - Class of 1875
John Gallagher - C.W. Fink
Julia Sturgeon -C.W. Fink

Class of 2012 Honors Graduates:
Misha Garg
Jenna W. Long
Devin Quinn


Brady Hummel ' 17 - (From Dickinson Today - No Equivalent)
Economics major, Brady Hummel, is highlighted in Dickinson Today's Student Snapshot article "No Equivalent". As mentioned in the article, Brady co-founded a podcast with classmate Rob Hill, which highlights stories of students who are first generation college students. A link to the podcast series is included in the article. Brady also participated in 10 days of field research at the 20th Conference of the Parties in Lima, Peru, which is a yearly Climate Change Conference held by the United Nations.

For more information on Brady, or to read the article in it's entirety, please click here.

Jonathan Baughman '17 - During the 2016 Convocation ceremony, Jonathan received the senior Sophister Award, which is presented to the student with the highest GPAs in the senior class.

Yanqing “Ching” Zhao ’19 - During the 2016 Convocation ceremony, Ching received one of the George Shuman Jr. and Mary Louise D’olier Shuman Prizes, given each year to a sophomore man and woman for academic performance and contributions to the college and community.

Ethan Andrews '16 - Ethan has been selected to serve as the Young Alumni Trustee from the Class of 2016. As stated on the Young Alumni Trustee website, "Founded in 2011, the Young Alumni Trustee is a two-year position on Dickinson’s Board of Trustees, a governing body that oversees the college’s finances and governance. As board members with full voting rights, YATs enjoy a unique opportunity to help shape the lives and careers of future students." We congratulate Ethan on his selection.

Ben Kaufman '16 (From Dickinson Today - The Value of Yes)
Economics and political science double major, Ben Kaufman ’16, is highlighted in Dickinson Today's Student Snapshot article "The Value of Yes". The son of reporters who took him across the globe in pursuit of a story, Ben has inherited a journalist's friendliness, curiosity and zest for adventure. At Dickinson, he’s a student-musician, Student Senate member and tour guide who studied abroad in Italy last year.

For more information on Ben or to learn more about the many programs Ben was involved with at Dickinson, please click here.

Charlayne Davis '16 completed the American Economic Association's 6-week summer training program at the University of New Mexico. This intensive undergraduate program provides courses in economic theory, mathematics, and econometrics with a focus on math skills necessary for studying economics at a doctoral level. The program introduces students to options available to economists in the academy, business, government and other career paths, and provides the opportunity to forge peer and mentor relationships that will continue beyond the summer.