Princeton Seniors Cen and Ude Awarded Sachs Scholarship
Two Princeton seniors with respective accomplishments in engineering and the arts have been named recipients of the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship, one of the highest awards given to undergraduates at the University.
Sarah Cen, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major, will pursue a master's in engineering science as a Sachs Scholar at Worcester College, the University of Oxford.
Ogemdi Ude, an English major, will spend a year as a Sachs Global Scholar studying Indigenous Australian physical theater in Melbourne, Australia.
The Sachs Scholarship is intended to enlarge each recipient's experience of the world by providing the opportunity to study, work or travel abroad after graduation. There are two types of awards. Recipients of the Sachs Scholarship study at Worcester College to pursue a specific Oxford degree program. Those awarded the Sachs Global Scholarship receive support for an independent project at an established institution abroad to "engage in a transformative intellectual experience."
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