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Princeton Seniors Hanley, Silver; Oxford Student Barnett, Named Sachs Scholars

December 11th, 2017

 

Princeton seniors Hans Hanley and Jennifer Silver, and University of Oxford graduate student Samuel Barnett have been named recipients of the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship, one of Princeton University’s highest awards.

Hanley was named Sachs Scholar at Oxford’s Worcester College; Silver, Sachs Global Scholar; and Barnett, Sachs Scholar at Princeton.

The Sachs Scholarship is intended to broaden the global experience of its recipients by providing them with the opportunity to study, work or travel abroad after graduation. It was established by classmates and friends of Daniel Sachs, a distinguished Princeton student athlete, who attended Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Sachs died of cancer at age 28 in 1967. The award is given to those who best exemplify Sachs’ character, intelligence and commitment, and whose scholarship is most likely to benefit the public.

To read more about the three Sachs Scholars, click here.

 

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