Three CS undergrads win awards at 2021 Opening Exercises
Three CS Undergraduate students were awarded prizes at the University’s formal Opening Exercises, which took place in the University Chapel on Sunday, August 29, 2021.
Anthony Hein '22 is the winner of the Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award for the Class of 2022. This prize, established by the Class of 1939, recognizes exceptional achievement of a member of the senior class who, at the end of the junior year, has achieved the highest standing in all preceding college work at Princeton.
Michelle Woo '22 is co-winner of the George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize for the Class of 2022. This prize is awarded annually to an undergraduate in the senior class in recognition of their exceptional academic achievement during their junior year at Princeton.
Frederick Qiu '23 is a co-winner of the George B. Wood Legacy Sophomore Prize for the Class of 2023. This prize is awarded each to an undergraduate in the junior class in recognition of their exceptional academic achievement during their sophomore year at Princeton.
For more details about all the students who were awarded prizes, click here.