The awards honor the life and work of the late Amy J. Blue, associate vice president for administrative services and facilities, who was known as a woman of incisive intelligence, abundant energy and unrelenting honesty.
Jack Andraka hopes to put his training in engineering, anthropology and data science to work as a public health physician devoted to addressing global health inequities affecting citizens in low- and middle-income countries.
Virtually all tablets, phones and smart devices run on a computer architecture developed by former Stanford President John Hennessy and his collaborator David Patterson. They won the 2017 Turing Award for their contribution.
Jelani Munroe, an international student from Jamaica who discovered a passion for economics and public policy on the Farm, also developed his singing voice with Stanford Talisman through performances on campus, and on tour in the United States and in South Africa.