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Experimental Studies Group awards

The Todd Anderson Award for Excellence in Teaching went to seven students in the Experimental Studies Group. They are, from left to right, Brigid Dwyer, Colin Dillard, Todd Anderson (ESG alum who funds the awards), Kayla Jacobs, Jocelyn Rodal, Austin Clements, Nadezhda Belova and David Roe
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The Todd Anderson Award for Excellence in Teaching went to seven students in the Experimental Studies Group. They are, from left to right, Brigid Dwyer, Colin Dillard, Todd Anderson (ESG alum who funds the awards), Kayla Jacobs, Jocelyn Rodal, Austin Clements, Nadezhda Belova and David Roe
Credits:
Photo / Graham Gordon Ramsay
The Sharon and Peter Fiekowsky Award for Outstanding Contribution to the ESG Community went to Adam Seering.
Caption:
The Sharon and Peter Fiekowsky Award for Outstanding Contribution to the ESG Community went to Adam Seering.
Credits:
Photo / Graham Gordon Ramsay

Fiekowsky Award for Outstanding Contributions to the ESG Community
- Adam Seering 2009, EECS, Sherborn, MA

Todd Anderson Award--for excellence in seminar development and teaching
- Nadezhda Belova 2006, brain and cognitive sciences, Brooklyn, NY
- Colin Dillard 2006, mathematics, Cheyenne, WY
- Jocelyn Rodal 2006, literature, Davidson, NC

Todd Anderson Award--for excellence in teaching at ESG
- Brigid Dwyer 2006, brain and cognitive sciences, Tequesta, FL
- David Roe 2006, mathematics, Portland, OR
- Austin Clements 2006, EECS, Park City, UT
- Kayla Jacobs 2006, physics, Jamaica Plain, MA

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 7, 2006 (download PDF).

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