Congratulations to the class of 2021!

It’s been a bizarre year-plus. But you made it. You’re still standing.

Twenty three of you leave our programs today at Commencement, with everything from a CMS or Writing minor to a full-on master’s degree. We couldn’t be prouder!

Masters Degrees
Diego Cerna Aragon, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Will Freudenheim, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Elon Justice, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Andrea Shinyoung Kim, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Roya Moussapour, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Michael Sugarman, S.M., Comparative Media Studies
Kelly Wagman, S.M., Comparative Media Studies

Undergraduate Majors
Matthew Bradford, S.B., Humanities and Engineering, Comparative Media Studies
Sarah Edwards, S.B., Humanities and Engineering, Comparative Media Studies
Nathan Liang, S.B., Biological Engineering and Comparative Media Studies
Virginia Rosenberger, S.B., Writing
Azzo Seguin, S.B., Writing
Amy Shim, S.B., Comparative Media Studies
Afura Taylor, S.B., Physics and Writing
Miriam Wahid, S.B., Urban Studies and Writing
Christina Warren, S.B., Writing

Undergraduate Minors
Roopsha Bandopadhyay, S.B., Biological Engineering, minor in Writing
Patricia Gao, S.B., Computer Science and Molecular Biology, minor in Writing
Julian Hernandez, S.B., Computer Science and Engineering, minor in Comparative Media Studies
Charlotte Maloney, S.B., Mechanical Engineering, minor in Comparative Media Studies
Therese Mills, S.B., Mathematics with Computer Science, minor in Comparative Media Studies
Nelson Niu, S.B., Mathematics with Computer Science, minor in Writing
Maisha Prome, S.B., Biological Engineering, minor in Writing

Keep posted for later this summer, when the Science Writing graduate class of ’21 officially graduates!

 
 

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