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Announcing the 2022 Wu Tsai Performance Scholars

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We are proud to announce and congratulate the inaugural cohort of Wu Tsai Performance Undergraduate Scholars! We have selected 15 excellent students from across the university, representing 8 different majors from the schools of Engineering and the Humanities and Sciences. They will conduct impactful research projects in human performance this summer with Stanford faculty mentors in the Schools of Engineering, Medicine, and Humanities and Sciences. For many, these research projects provide an opportunity for them to combine their interest in scientific discovery with personal passions in athletics, nutrition, health technology, and mental health.

 

Announcing the 2022 Wu Tsai Performance Scholars:

  • Sam Benabou – Electrical Engineering
  • Tatum Boyd – Human Biology
  • Katie Duong – Biomechanical Engineering
  • Nolan Evers – Human Biology
  • Rachel Grant – Biomechanical Engineering, Film Studies
  • Jason Kaul – Psychology
  • Steven Le – Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Brian Lee – Undeclared
  • Haley Mossmer – Product Design
  • William Pan – Mechanical Engineering, Management Science & Engineering
  • Maya Shetty – Human Biology
  • Brielle Smith – Human Biology
  • Carly Smith – Human Biology
  • Zachary Teplin – Biomechanical Engineering
  • Christian Wright – Undeclared

Learn about the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance Undergraduate Research Program

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