From left to right in the photo: Dewi Win (AB PIP STEM Co-chair), Sarah Gao (Washington University), Sumanya Kumar (U Conn), Maya Haigis (U of Rochester), Izzy Taylor, (University of Vermont) and Rheta Roeber (AB PIP STEM Treasurer.) Congrats to all.
Best wishes to our 2015 AB PIP STEM Scholarship winners. John Petersen presented the awards at Acton-Boxborough Regional High to William Wu (on left) who will attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Thomas Malchodi (on right) who will attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. Congratulations to these AB graduates.
Congratulations to our 2014 AB PIP STEM Scholarship award winners, Stephanie Randolph (on left) who plans to attend Boston University and Namrita Murali (on right) who plans to attend Carnegie Mellon. John Petersen presented the awards at ABRHS.
Good luck to this year's AB PIP STEM scholarship winners including Erin McLaughlin, Clark Jacobsohn, Prakhar Sahay and Ethan Sherman. In the photo, John Petersen presented the awards to Erin, Clark and Ethan at ABRHS.
Congratulations to AB PIP STEM scholarship winners—Alison Reip (on left), who will attend Tulane University and Megan Rabideau (on right), who will attend Tufts University. John Petersen presented the awards at Acton-Boxborough Regional High.
PIP offers Leadership/Scholarship Awards and Service Awards. Leadership/Scholarship Awards go to AB seniors who have taken charge at PIP events and offered substantial contributions to STEM in the community. PIP service awards go to AB seniors who have volunteered for more than six PIP events during their high school years including Market Math, Star Party and STEM Discovery Fairs.
2011 Leadership/Scholarship Awards
2011 Service Awards
ABRHS seniors, Josh Crofton-McDonald of Acton and Jessica Hatch of Boxborough, won PIP's 2008 scholarships. These awards were based on outstanding volunteer service in PIP STEM events. PIP gives preference to students pursuing STEM education. Josh attends Cornell University and Jessica attends.
ABRHS seniors, Douglas Randolph and Erin Sweet, won PIP's 2009 scholarships. These awards were based on Douglas and Erin's outstanding volunteer service at PIP STEM events including leading and mentoring students at Market Math Mania at Roche Bros, Star Parties, and the PIP STEM Career Fest. Douglas is studying business administration with a focus on technology at Bentley University and Erin is pursuing a degree in special education at Lesley University.
Every year, AB PIP STEM awards scholarships to students who have enthusiastically volunteered for AB PIP STEM over the years, demonstrated leadership abilities and shown passion for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) or STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) education. AB PIP STEM offers leadership/scholarship awards and service awards.