2004 Renaissance Prize Winners

At the 2004 commencement, the university has recognized 137 seniors as USC Renaissance Scholars. Each student has completed a major and a minor, or a double major, in two disparate fields with a grade point average of 3.5 or better. Each Renaissance Scholar is also eligible to enter the Renaissance Scholar Prize competition. Of the 105 graduating scholars who chose to compete, 10 have been nominated to receive a $10,000 prize. The 10 prize recipients form an exemplary group.

Jonathan Boyd

Major: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Studies
Minors: Classics; Natural Science

David Chacko

Majors: Biological Sciences (B.A.); Business Administration

Nathaniel Dumas

Major: Cinema-Television (Critical Studies)
Minor: Cultural Anthropology

Evan Jesch

Major: Biological Sciences (B.A.)
Minors: History; Musical Studies

Malinda Lin

Majors: Biological Sciences (B.A.); Sociology

Salil Shah

Majors: Economics; Philosophy

John Tan

Majors: American Studies and Ethnicity (Asian American Studies); Biological Sciences (B.A.); Political Science

Dianna Truong

Majors: English (American Literature); Political Science

Neil Vora

Majors: Biological Sciences (B.A.); International Relations
Minor: Philosophy

Nilay Vora

Majors: Interdisciplinary Studies; Mathematics (B.A.)
Minor: Natural Science


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