Magnet Alumni News: Spring 2022
Timothy Qian '21 (MIT) and Dilhan Salgado '19 (CMU) won Honorable Mention. (pdf)
Jackson Reynolds '18 (UMD), Chris Tong '21 (MIT), Gabriel Wu '21 (Harvard), and Kevin Zhou '19 (CMU) scored in the top 500. (pdf)
Academic Awards and Scholarships:
Grace Brannigan '96 won a Rutgers-Camden Chancellor's Award.
Yevgeny Brudno '00 won a Goodnight Early Career Innovator Award at NC State.
Abigail Fraeman '05 received a NASA Early Career Award.
Scientific Journal Publications:
Michael Winer ‘15 and B. Swingle, Spontaneous symmetry breaking, spectral statistics, and the ramp (Physical Review B)
Caitlyn Singam '16, A Novel Alternative to Bundle Protocol for Handling Data Transmission Across Disruption-Tolerant Networks (Space Operations)
Nicholas Goedert ‘97 has published Ground War: Commissions, and the Fight over Partisan Gerrymanders.
Gautam Mukunda ‘97 will publish a new book in the fall: Picking Presidents: How to Make the Most Consequential Decision in the World.
Women and Other Monsters by Jess Zimmerman '97 is now available in paperback.
Alex Epstein '98 is publishing a new book: Fossil Future.
Wilma Bainbridge ‘05 is the co-editor of a new book on Visual Memory.
Lorrie Cranor '89 was interviewed about Android app privacy labels in the Washington Post.
Craig Rice '90 shared the County Council's views in a WTOP story about the return of police officers to MCPS campuses.
Jonah Berger '98 was interviewed for the Knowledge at Wharton podcast about The Science of Blockbusters: What Makes a Good Story?
Alexander Berengaut '99 was interviewed by the National Law Journal on A Lawyer's Role at the Intersection of Data, the Government and the First Amendment.
Marie Cohen, mother of Michael Cohen '10, was interviewed in the Washington Post about her campaign for awareness of Type 1 diabetes after Michael's death in 2017.
Michael Winer '15 was interviewed about Growing into a Physicist at UMD.
Prayag Gordy '20, Rice cancels remaining publics as Covid cases surge (Rice Thresher)
Khushboo Rathore '20, ‘Turning Red’ delights, but some characters feel two-dimensional (The Diamondback)
Sophia Weng '20, The Diverse Femininity of Disney Princesses (Harvard Political Review)
Aviva Bechky '21, Teaching religious diversity: Evanston students, educators reflect on how schools discuss religion in light of new law (Daily Northwestern)
Anika Seth '21, South Asian students speak on identity, belonging at Yale (Yale Daily News)
Valentina Simon '21, Yale researchers map gene regulation in tissue using novel sequencing technology (Yale Daily News)