Published on May 20, 2011  
Computational Biology
L to R: Ashley Spann, Josh Moore, Laura Dzugan, Jonathan Zeiger, Scott Cope

The first class of Clark Scholars graduated in May 2011. These students were:

Jonathan Zeiger (Computer Science)

Scott Cope (Biology)

Laura Dzugan (Chemistry)

Josh Moore (Computer Science)

Ashley Spann (Biology)

For more information about the Clark Scholars program visit the Clark Scholars Program page.

 
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