Students on the Move | February 2023
HEOP student, Mohammad Eshan has been selected as an RIT Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar. Eshan, a fourth-year Computing Security major was recommended by the review committee of the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences and endorsed by Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ellen Granberg. Eshan will join an elite group of students who have completed a minimum of 83 credit hours of study and have established a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.85.
The Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Award celebrates the top 1% of undergraduate students who achieve academic excellence while also giving back to the community through civic or volunteer work, by conducting research, or being engaged in a co-op or work in their field of study. The award ceremony will be held on Thursday, March 23, 2023 with members of the RIT board of trustees, college deans, faculty, and other invited guests. Eshan will receive a special medallion designed by the late Professor Hans Christensen of the School for American Crafts. Congratulations, we are proud of you!
They are stars in the classroom and stars on stage! A major “thank you” to RIT students Saranya Dadi and Daniel Aisogun. Dadi, a third-year Software Engineering major, served as an emcee for our Let Freedom Ring program January 16th in Ingle Auditorium. Aisogun, a third-year biomedical sciences major, handled the emcee duties for Expressions of King’s Legacy on January 31st at Gordon Field House. He also wrote and delivered a spoken-word piece. Both of these RIT signature events are held to remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.