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Awarded to the graduating senior who best displays overall academic excellence. In addition to having an excellent grade point average, the recipient must be involved in activities that enhance the academic performance of others and show a commitment to community activities such as tutoring, instructing undergraduate laboratories and volunteering.
Jaanvi Mehta has been described by multiple
professors and peers as an engaged and thoughtful student. She has a
perfect 4.0 grade point average and graduated with two degrees, a BS in
Biological Sciences with a Concentration in Cell and Molecular Biology
and Genetics, and a BA in Women and Gender Studies. In her courses,
Jaanvi always shows a commitment to excellence and a drive to dig deeper
into a given topic. Jaanvi has also worked to enhance the academic
performance of others as a tutor and as an Undergraduate Teaching
Assistant. She dedicated time to meet with students outside of the lab,
and her comments on student reports and posters were often used as
examples of constructive feedback for students.
Awarded to the graduating senior who has shown exceptional ability in academics and research while at the University of Delaware as evidenced by publications or presentations at scientific meetings and plans to enter a graduate or combined MD/PhD program.
Shannon has been an undergraduate researcher at
the University of Delaware since the Spring of 2021. She has worked in
Dr. Jaramillo-Lambert’s laboratory learning and mastering several
research techniques critical to the research program. Last spring
Shannon assisted a graduate student on a project characterizing Tyrosyl
DNA phosphodiesterase Two (tdpt-1) mutations and their effect on
chromosome segregation during meiosis. This project resulted in a
publication [Bhandari, N; Pfeiffer, SC.; Jaramillo-Lambert, A (2022),
Characterization of N- and C-terminal endogenously tagged Tyrosyl-DNA
phosphodiesterase 2 (TDPT-1) C. elegans strains. microPublication
Biology. 10.17912/micropub.biology.000540]. Shannon was involved in all
aspects of this paper including the investigation, data analysis,
writing, and editing. Shannon was awarded funding for a 10-week
internship through the Undergraduate Research Summer Scholars program
and a DE-INBRE Winter Scholar grant to work on this project. Shannon is
also learning advanced imaging techniques such as confocal microscopy to
image localization in both normal and mutant male germlines. Apart from
these lab research proficiencies, Shannon has demonstrated a superior
grasp of the background material for her project and great enthusiasm
for the research. Shannon has been accepted into the UD Biological
Sciences graduate program and will continue her work on her Masters's
Awarded to the graduating senior with the highest academic index and outstanding personal qualities who is going on to medical school.
Awarded annually to exceptional undergraduate juniors who best exemplify the ideals of sound scholarship or interest in research for its own sake, active pursuit of truth, intellectual leadership, appreciation of the significance of science to mankind and community service.
Awarded annually to a rising senior active in undergraduate research. Applicants for this award are evaluated on their GPA, research experience, written research proposal and recommendations. Preference is given to students working on an aspect of animal or cell physiology with plans to attend graduate school.
Awarded annually to an outstanding female junior majoring in biological sciences who is actively involved in undergraduate research and plans to pursue graduate studies in the biological sciences. Preference is given to students working on some aspect of genetics.
Awarded to an outstanding graduating senior biological sciences major who, like Enoch, is generous with his/her time, gives back to the community and is intent on making others smile.
Zion has been a Peer Mentor for 6 semesters and
volunteers at the food bank of Wilmington. In his three years as a peer
mentor, Zion has always reached out to help others while expecting
nothing in return. In his six semesters as a peer mentor for
BISC207/BISC208 classes, he has had a positive influence on the learning
and freshman experience of over 1000 students. In addition to attending
class and preparatory meetings, he regularly holds office hours for
students. He is attending dental school next year, with the hopes of
helping others as a dentist and through volunteering.
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