Meet the Stamps Scholars

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Class of 2019

Eric Pan Eric Pan ’19 is studying biomedical engineering as part of the Special Program in Medicine at UConn, and has plans to attend medical school. Eric looks forward to becoming involved in research as well as in clubs, and hopes to study abroad as a Stamps Scholar. An avid percussionist and piano player, Eric also enjoys a relaxing run or an intense match of tennis.
Sricharan Kadimi Sricharan Kadimi ’19 is fascinated every day by the wonders of modern science, medicine, and mathematics. Studying chemical engineering and looking forward to medical school, he is continuing to explore scientific research. A member of the Special Program in Medicine, Sricharan hopes to advance his skills as an EMT by volunteering locally and abroad. He also is an accomplished runner and violist.

Class of 2018

Bridget Mary Oei Bridget Mary Oei ’18 is interested in studying environmental and biomedical sustainability, and potentially heading to medical school. As a Stamps Scholar, Bridget looks forward to developing leadership skills and studying abroad. Bridget is active in the arts as an accomplished Irish and classical ballet dancer and teacher, a fiddler, violinist and pianist. Bridget also sails and surfs.
Annie Maclachlan Annie Maclachlan ’18, salutatorian of her high school class, wants to graduate from the Neag School of Education special education program. She led her school’s Best Buddies club and has been a volunteer docent school teacher, a peer counselor and a youth board of directors member for a local nonprofit youth and family services bureau. Annie also is a clarinetist, dancer and horseback rider.

Class of 2017

Ashwini Joshi Ashwini Joshi ’17 dreams of attending medical school. She is studying biomedical engineering and plans to use some of her funding to study abroad in France. This high school valedictorian, community volunteer, student leader and athlete chose UConn because of the Honors Program, Stamps Scholarship, and undergraduate research opportunities.

 

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