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Princeton Undergraduate Rohan Shah Among 2 from University Named a Slavin Fellow

September 6th, 2019

The Slavin Family Foundation awarded Princeton University undergraduates Rohan Shah, a molecular biology major in the class of 2020, and Matthew Marquardt, of the class of 2021, with Slavin Fellowships for their work in entrepreneurship on campus and beyond.

Shah, an Indian American student, and Marquardt are among 26 global recipients of the Slavin Fellowships. 

“We are so pleased and honored to have two of our amazing undergraduate students accepted into the prestigious Slavin Fellowship program,” said Anne-Marie Maman, executive director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council. “Princeton already provides students and alumni with mentors, connections and resources. The Slavin Fellowship program will be a great complement and another exceptional source of support.”

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