Highly Accomplished ESAM Undergraduates Receive Degrees

Eleven undergraduates received their degree in Engineering Sciences and Applied Math (ESAM) in June, with one set to graduate in July. Nearly half of these graduates did so with distinction, and many double-majored. Jaesuk Park and Samuel Piehl graduated Cum Laude. And, Mohammed Khan, Daniel Kinch, and Allyn Muzhi Xu graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Congratulations to all, and best of luck in your future!

  • Jiyang Chang: Double Major in ESAM and Economics.
  • Aarush Gandhi: Double Major in ESAM and Industrial Engineering (Summer 2017 graduation.)
  • Mohammed Harris Khan: Double Major in ESAM and Mathematics. He will go on to graduate school in Mathematics at UCLA.
  • Daniel Kinch: Double Major in ESAM and Physics. He received the prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study at Durham University, UK, a World Top 100 University.
  • Malcolm Lazarow: Double Major in ESAM and Music.
  • Jonathan Lieberman: Graduated Winter quarter with a degree in ESAM. Three-time recipient of the Big Ten Academic Award.
  • Seungho Lee: ESAM.
  • Allyn Muzhi Xu: Double major in ESAM and Mathematics. Will attend NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences to pursue a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics.
  • Jaesuk Eugene Park: Double Major in ESAM and Mathematics.
  • Samuel Piehl: Double Major in ESAM and Physics. He will be working at an aerospace firm that primarily does contract work with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab.
  • Jessica Lacey Rainbolt: Double Major in ESAM and Physics. She will be continuing her research in physics before attending graduate school in physics.
  • Justin Trousdale: Graduated Winter quarter with a degree in ESAM. Is currently employed in Investment Banking Division of Credit Suisse.