The School of Engineering and Applied Science has given its annual Award for Excellence to 16 advanced graduate students who have performed at the highest level as scholars and researchers. The recipients include Daniel Kozuch and Christopher Browne, graduate students in chemical and biological engineering.
“Vice Dean Antoine Kahn and I are delighted to honor these graduate students who have excelled in every dimension – classes, research, teaching, and leadership – during their time at Princeton," said Andrea Goldsmith, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. "These scholars have greatly advanced knowledge in their fields and are poised to have an even greater positive impact as they move to the next stage of their careers. Their future success knows no bounds. I also congratulate their faculty advisors who have been dedicated mentors and advocates for their students, and hence have been instrumental in their success."
Kozuch and Browne are both advised by Sujit Datta, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering. For a full list of awardees, see the full story from Engineering.