Rising senior Grace Sommers was recognized with the Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award on Sunday September 8th, at Opening Exercises.
Sommers is a physics major from Bridgewater, NJ, who is pursing a certificate in Ancient Roman language and culture.
The Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award, which Sommers shares with Nicholas Johnson, is awarded to the student who, at the end of their junior year, has achieved the highest academic standing for all preceding college work at the University. Sommers was previously recipient of the Freshman First Honor Prize, and the George B. Wood Legacy Sophomore prize, meaning she has completed the rare feat of being recognized at three successive opening exercises.
You can read more about Grace and the other students recognized here.