Four Princeton seniors and one alumna have been named Rhodes scholars, and three seniors will receive Marshall scholarships. Mitchell and Sachs scholars also have been announced.
Among the Rhodes recipients, Richard Lu ’16, of Ballwin, Mo., who is majoring in chemistry and pursuing a certificate in global health and health policy, will pursue master’s degrees in international health and tropical medicine and in global health science. Cameron Platt ’16, of Santa Barbara, Calif., an English major with certificates in theater and medieval studies, will work toward master’s degrees in English and American studies, and medieval studies. Evan Soltas ’16, of Rumson, N.J., who is concentrating in economics and earning a certificate in statistics and machine learning, will pursue a master’s degree in applied statistics. Nicholas Barton ’16, an astrophysical sciences major from Hamilton, Bermuda, will seek master’s degrees in mathematical modeling and scientific computing, and applied statistics. Katherine Clifton ’15, of Honolulu, who concentrated in English, is in Serbia on a Dale fellowship. With the Rhodes, she will pursue master’s degrees in Russian and Eastern European studies, and in forced migration and refugee studies.
Audrey Berdahl-Baldwin ’16, Duncan Hosie ’16, and Ryan Low ’16 were named Marshall scholars. Berdahl-Baldwin, a history major from St. Paul, Minn., plans to complete master’s degrees in history at the University of Manchester and in comparative social policy at Oxford. Hosie, a Woodrow Wilson School major from San Francisco, will seek master’s degrees in public policy and administration and in gender at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Low, a history major from Los Angeles, will pursue a master’s degree in medieval history at University College London.
Azza Cohen ’16, a history major from Highland Park, Ill., was named a George J. Mitchell scholar and will study culture and colonialism at the National University of Ireland Galway.
Recipients of the Sachs scholarship, named for Daniel Sachs ’60, are Sarah Cen ’16 and Ogemdi Ude ’16 (photos from top). Cen, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major from Princeton, will pursue a master’s in engineering science at Oxford’s Worcester College. Ude, an English major from Stone Mountain, Ga., will study indigenous Australian physical theater in Melbourne, Australia.