Skip to content ↓

Foreign Languages/Literature awards

"In Search of Don Quixote" Award--for excellence in the Spanish language
- Robyn Allen '07, aero/astro, Mill Valley, Calif.
- Anna Marie Bohmann '05, foreign languages and literatures and mathematics, Minneapolis, Minn.
- Erika Cantu '07, biology, McAllen, Texas
- Kelly Cavazos '07, political science, San Antonio, Texas
- Theresa Christian '08, physics, Reston, Va.
- Heather Coffin '07, chemistry, Mission Viejo, Calif.
- Maryann Racine '06, chemistry, Wayland, Mass.
- Cameron Sadegh '06, biology and chemical engineering, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
- Jennifer Wong '06, biology, Baldwin, N.Y.
- Joel Yuen '07, chemistry and mathematics, Mexico City,
Mexico

January Scholars in France--for excellence in the French language
- James Beatty '05, management, Pasadena, Texas
- Eva Enns '06, EECS, Sidney, Canada
- Nasheed Jamal '05, brain and cognitive sciences, Hammond, La.
- Noelle Kanaga '06, foreign languages and literatures and management, Wilmington, Del.
- Eugenia Lyashenko '05, mathematics, Kiev, Ukraine
- Rowena Mittal '05, chemical engineering, Cos Cob, Conn.
- Carly Saylor '05, chemical engineering, Carlisle, Mass.

Award for Excellence in Foreign Languages and Literatures--to an undergraduate who best reflects the section's goals for achieving proficiency in a foreign language, cultural understanding and enthusiasm in foreign language learning
1st prize: Sheila Krishna '05, biology and foreign languages and literatures, Anaheim, Calif.
2nd prize: Torsak Luanphaisarnnont '05, chemistry, Bangkok, Thailand
3rd prize: Peter Sullivan '06, physics, Santa Ana, Calif., and Marc Wilson '06, aero/astro, Hartford, Conn.

Lufthansa Award--for excellence in German studies
1st prize: Boris Cukalovic '05, EECS and mathematics, Serbia, Yugoslavia
2nd prize: Anna Labno '06, biology and physics, Jaworzno, Poland; Anastassia Paskaleva G, mechanical engineering, Sofia, Bulgaria; and Karola M̩sz��ros '05, mathematics, Szeged, Hungary
3rd prize: Torsak Luanphaisarnnont '05, chemistry, Bangkok, Thailand; Yi Chen '08, Taipei, Taiwan; Elliott Ortiz-Soto '06, mechanical engineering, Bayamon, Puerto Rico; Joseph Cooper '08, Sherman, Texas; Lee (Sally) Ling '06, management and mechanical engineering; and Hana Oh '05, chemical engineering, San Diego, Calif.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 1, 2005 (download PDF).

Related Links

Related Topics

More MIT News

Wind turbines on the top of a hill

A healthy wind

Health benefits of using wind energy instead of fossil fuels could quadruple if the most polluting power plants are selected for dialing down, new study finds.

Read full story