Announcing the 2019-2020 Stamps Scholars

DCAL is pleased to announce the confirmation of the 2019-20 cohort of Dartmouth Stamps Scholars in partnership with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation. These students have been selected from an extremely competitive pool of candidates for their exceptional academic and co-curricular accomplishments as well as exemplary qualities in leadership, perseverance, scholarship, service, and innovation. They join more than 40 current and former Dartmouth Stamps Scholars and 1,000 scholars from 40 Stamps partner institutions around the country. Please join us in congratulating them!

Christopher Cheng ’21
My Pill Box, a voice-activated medication adherence tool for geriatric patients

Yujing (Amy) Hu ’21
China’s real-time payment system as a model for empowering low-income consumers in America

Rachel Kent ’21
Ethnographic research of small-scale farmers through experiences with WWOOFing

Yakoob Khan ’21
Mobile app facilitating meals together to combat loneliness on college campuses

Michael McGovern ’21
Species preservation of Sumatran tigers through ecological-economic study

Rebecca Miller ’20
Bedrock geologic mapping of Arctic Alaska and the Yukon

Ameena Razzaque ’21
Women’s health in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asian (MENASA) regions

Karla Rosas ’20
Anthologizing the experiences of female veterans since 9/11

Rachna Shah ’21
Developing the Youthquake curriculum in Chicago-area schools

Paige Xu ’21
Ecotourism in China’s Honghe prefecture