Anwesh Dash, '18
From Memphis, TN and a neuroscience major with a film minor. After graduation, he plans to attend medical school. One day, he would like to drive North until the roads end (this happens in Alaska). He also has a particular hatred towards tomatoes.
Andrew Wolff, '18
Andrew Wolff is a Quantitative Social Sciences major and German Studies minor at Dartmouth. He recently returned from the German Studies LSA in Berlin and plans to return to Germany in the Fall for the FSP. On campus, Andrew previously served as the Secretary General for Dartmouth Model United Nations, works as a student program assistant at the Rockefeller Center, and does presidential scholars research in the government department. In his free time, Andrew enjoys spending time at his fraternity Alpha Chi Alpha and watching Netflix.
Joshua Ufland, '18
Majoring in economics and mathematical data science. From Southborough, Massachusetts, and is a diehard Boston sports fan. Member of DIPP, DERT, and Alpha Chi, and he is looking forward to leading a study group this term.
Steven Tang, '17
Mathematics and economics double major from Stow, MA. Interested in finance and economic research. Enjoys poker, puns, and onions.
Vivian Lee, '18
Majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies with a concentration in East Asia and is from Atlanta, GA. A member of Dartmouth Undergraduate Global Health Journal, and Dr. Soltani's Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, and Epsilon Kappa Theta. In her free time, she runs a blog about her food adventures.
Chiemeka Njoku, '18
Government Major interested in International Relations and Comparative Politics. She is really excited to be going on the WGST/AMES FSP next year. She loves watching films and t.v and hopes to write one of each someday.
Ali Siddiqui '17
Neuroscience major from Closter, NJ. On campus, he is a member of DUJS, GlobeMed, al-Nur, the Patient Support Corp, and CAPS. He loves watching tennis and his favorite color is green (totally unrelated to Dartmouth).
Last Updated: 6/29/16