15 MIT graduate students named Siebel Scholars


October 15, 2011

15 graduate students from MIT’s Departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), Department of Biological Engineering (BE) and the Sloan School of Management have been named among the 85 new Siebel Scholars for 2012. The Siebel Scholars program was founded in 2000 and honors students who exhibit exceptional academic performance and leadership in the fields of business, computer science, and bioengineering. Siebel scholars receive a $35,000 award during their final year of Masters program studies. This year’s honorees from MIT are: Elie Adam (EECS), Paul Artiuch (Sloan), Kathryn Bach (Sloan), Robbie Barbero (BE), Scott Carlson (BE), Angela Chang (EECS), George Chen (EECS), Daniel Coleman (Sloan), Ed Hallen (Sloan), Ankit Jain (Sloan), Nirmesh Malviya (EECS), Yuri Matsumoto (BE), Melody Morris (BE), Ranjani Paradise (BE), Fan Zhang (EECS). Meet the scholars here.

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