Distinguished Group of Seniors Named President’s Fellows for 2015-2016

Trinity Students Recognized for Outstanding Work in Their Respective Majors

Hartford, Connecticut, December 16, 2015 – Representing some of Trinity’s most accomplished students, this year’s cohort of President’s Fellows is a diverse group of scholars, each of whom has compiled an exemplary academic record during their first three years at the College. In the fall semester, each department or program is invited to nominate a senior who demonstrates outstanding achievement within his or her major, along with evidence of wide-ranging intellectual interests. 

This year’s President’s Fellows are as follows:

• American Studies – Evan A. Turiano

• Anthropology – Alex M. Tepper

• Biochemistry – Kathryn M. Tully

• Biology – Xiaomeng (Mona) Deng

• Chemistry – Nicholas J. Bellas

• Classics – Dimitri Adamidis

• Computer Science – Kyungmin Ryu

• Economics – Steven J. Yee

• Educational Studies – Elaina G. Rollins

• Engineering – Giselle N. E. Garcia

• English – Bridget T. Reilly

• Environmental Science – Lauren M. Tierney

• Art History – Henry P. Zaccardi

• Studio Arts – Abbey D. Schlangen

• History – David S. Linden

• International Studies – Ichi Y. Ha

• Language and Culture Studies – Lauren M Davidson

• Mathematics – Gregory J. Convertito

• Music – Ebban M. Maeda

• Neuroscience – Erin E. Aisenberg

• Philosophy – Adam N. Shaw

• Physics – Stephen J. DeMonico

• Political Science – Lars C. Skattum

• Psychology – Bettina C. D. Gonzalez

• Public Policy & Law – Ethan B. Cantor

• Religion – Gaia N. Cloutier

• Sociology – Omolara F. Abiona

• Theater & Dance – Shirin Schenkermayr

• Urban Studies – Abigail L. Siebert

• Women, Gender and Sexuality – Lucey K. Gagner