Between helping to organize HealthCampBoston+SocialPharmer and then attending Health 2.0 Meets Ix, it's been a busy few days for me. I plan on writing some thoughts about both in the next few days. Before I get to that, however, I'm at Yale University today to attend a board meeting of the Yale Science & Engineering Association and to attend its annual awards dinner.
I'm very excited to have the opportunity to present the YSEA Award for Meritorious Service to Yale to Professor Paul Fleury, Yale's Frederick William Beinecke Professor of Engineering and Applied Physics & Physics. Dr. Fleury has had a profound impact on science & engineering at Yale, and I look forward to posting the details of his award soon.
Tonight, I'll also have the privilege of recognizing some of Yale's finest undergraduate students by presenting them with the YSEA High Scholarship Awards. The recipients, all of whom are carrying 4.0 grade point averages, include:
Class of 2009
Adam Michael Bouland, Computer Science & Mathematics
Monica Jing Wood, Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
Class of 2010
Elizabeth Rose Jerison, Physics
Mihan Robin Lee, Biology/Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies
Michael Fitzgerald Mester, Computer Science
Susan Elizabeth Scanlon, Physics/Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry