Erin Blasko | May 19, 2019
Six University of Notre Dame students have been named Gilman Scholars for the summer 2019 academic cycle, tying a University record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic cycle and setting a University record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic year with 15.
The previous University record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic year was eight.
Among the winners:
• Junior Kaisha Age, of New Orleans, Louisiana, will study in Toledo, Spain. Age is a Spanish major with a supplementary major in pre-health studies.
• Sophomore Daniel Mikovits, of Spring Arbor, Michigan, will study in Dublin through Notre Dame International’s (NDI) Dublin Summer Program. Mikovits is an electrical engineering major with a minor in energy studies. He is a Grand Challenges Scholar.
• Sophomore Devon Ngo, of Charlotte, North Carolina, will study in London through NDI’s London Summer Program. Ngo is a chemical engineering major. He is a QuestBridge Scholar and a Building Bridges mentee.
• Sophomore Kendrick Peterson, of Las Vegas, will study in Greece. Peterson is a political science major with minors in business economics and public policy. He is a QuestBridge and Gates Millennium scholar and a Building Bridges mentee.
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