2010 Renaissance Prize Winners

At the 2010 commencement, the university has recognized 172 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 101 graduating scholars who chose to compete, ten have been nominated to receive a $10,000 prize. The ten prize recipients form an exemplary group.

Christina Chen

Majors: Neuroscience; Philosophy (Ethics Law and Value Theory)
Minor: Classics

Edward Gonzales

Major: Electrical Engineering
Minor: Philosophy

Joshua Lang

Major: Biological Sciences (B.A.)
Minor: Cultural Anthropology

Nichelle Megowan

Major: Biological Sciences (B.A.)
Minors: Art History; Business

Lisa Mengwall

Majors: Biological Sciences (B.A.); Neuroscience
Minor: French

Natasha Naik

Major: Biochemical Engineering
Minor: Spanish

Lynette Tan

Major: Neuroscience
Minor: Classics

Katheryn Wilhelm

Majors: Comparative Literature; Economics
Minor: French

Heming Xu

Majors: Biological Sciences (B.A.); Neuroscience
Minor: Art History

Pauline Yang

Majors: Music Performance (Piano); Political Science


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