Congratulations to the 2023 AABE-NYMAC Scholarship Recipients
The 2023 AABE-NYMAC scholarship recipients truly deserve our applause! These high-school students have showcased an exceptional grasp on academics, standing out as shining examples of dedication and hard work. Their remarkable achievements not only highlight their personal commitment to learning but also ignite inspiration in others. These talented individuals are carving a path for a future illuminated by their potential. The significance of this scholarship extends beyond mere recognition – it’s an investment in their capacity to leave a profound imprint in their chosen fields.
With this well-earned honor, they embark on a journey that holds immense promise, and the world eagerly anticipates the transformative contributions they will undoubtedly make.
Kudos to their outstanding accomplishments!
Attending: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Attending: Columbia University
Michael is a rising freshman at Columbia University interested in computer science and mathematics. His college and career goals are centered around pursuing a path in the field of computer science and leveraging his skills and knowledge to make a positive impact in society in looking how computer and data science can be leveraged for change. He is currently a student at Jane Street Academy of Math and Programming, while previously having studied at MIT Beaver Institute, Telluride Association, and the International Socioeconomic Laboratory.
Attending: Stevens Institute of Technology
Julianna is a recent graduate of Saint Francis Preparatory School, where she was Valedictorian of her class, an AP Scholar, Varsity Tennis Captain and MVP, and a peer tutor. Julianna received three academic scholarships and was invited to the Lawrence T. Babbio ‘66 Pinnacle Scholars Program at Stevens Institute of Technology, where she will be studying Business and Technology. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and doing crossword puzzles.
Attending: University of Southern California
Terrance has huge aspirations to become a leader in the electrical or computer engineering industries. He plans to use the research experiences he will gain from attending USC to figure out how semiconductors release potential energy. He would like to contribute by creating high-performance semiconductors that could be used in solar modules. However, the semiconductors he will create will be affordable so the general public could move toward renewable energy.
Attending: University of Michigan