The Princeton Prize in Race Relations awards program has recognized 92 high school students in 19 metropolitan areas across the country for outstanding work to advance the cause of race relations.
BOSTON, MA — Kaitlin Lynch, a junior at Concord Academy in Concord, MA and Boston resident, has been awarded the 2007 Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to improve race relations in her school community.
PRINCETON, NJ – Lynn Mullervy, a senior at The Lawrenceville School, and Adam Shuit, a junior at West Windsor Plainsboro High School North, will be awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for their efforts to improve race relations in their schools and local communities.
ATLANTA – Alexandria Roman, a senior at Woodward Academy in College Park, Georgia, will be awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for her efforts to improve race relations in her school and local community.
The Northwestern New Jersey Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations announced the award of the $1,000 Race Relations Prize to be shared by Ester Amelia Johansson-Lebrón, a senior at Madison High School, and John McHale of Harding Township, a senior at the Morristown-Beard School.
Baltimore, MD — The Princeton Alumni Association of Maryland (PAAMD) is pleased to announce Ms. Maasha Kah of Oldfields School has received the prestigious Princeton Prize of Baltimore scholarship.