Senior Awards Celebrate Excellence of Class of 2023
Dibble earned Global Student Leadership Award and the Wallace P. Mors Finance Award,. Herwagen earned the Arts and Humanities Award and the Student Contribution Award, and Sibole earned the Rudolph A. Johnson Management Award and the Student Contribution Award. Joyce Wang ’23 received the prestigious Roger W. Babson Award, and Timothy Tkachenko ’23 and Nathan Watts ’23 both won the Carroll W. Ford Scholarship Award as valedictorians of the Class of 2023.
“Seniors, today we celebrate you and your pursuit of excellence,” President Stephen Spinelli Jr. MBA’92, PhD told the award winners.
Also, Wendy Murphy, associate dean of the Undergraduate School and professor of management, announced that Glenn Migliozzi, an assistant professor of practice in the Finance Division, was selected as the Undergraduate Faculty of the Year by the Class of 2023. Migliozzi teaches courses in personal finance, principles of finance, fixed income, alternative investments, and business ethics. He has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services field
Watch all the individual award presentations at babson.edu/seniorawards.
All 2023 Senior Undergraduate Awards recipients:
Student Contribution Awards
These awards are presented to seniors for their meaningful contributions to student life and the Babson community.
- Maria Herwagen
- Spencer Stewart
- Alicia Sibole
- Tristan Munalem
- Kelly Quinn
- Calliope Cortright
- Jacob Nichols
- Jessica Ross
Creative Arts Award
Presented to a senior who has demonstrated significant contributions to the arts on campus.
- Chloe Rourke-Nicholas
Global Student Leadership Award
Presented to a graduating senior who has fostered a climate of understanding and respect between student groups on campus in a true example of a global student leader.
- Anna Dibble
Arts and Humanities Award
Presented to a senior who has excelled in Arts and Humanities courses. The student must have completed four courses to be eligible.
- Maria Herwagen
Bertrand R. Canfield Marketing Award
Presented to an outstanding senior Marketing student. The student must have completed a minimum of four courses to be eligible.
- Ivy Zheng
Carolyn Hotchkiss and Richard P. Mandel Law Award
Presented to the senior who has completed three or more law electives and has demonstrated academic excellence in law.
- Timothy Carpenter
Clinton A. Petersen Accounting Award
Presented to a senior with six or more Accounting courses who has the highest degree of knowledge in all phases of Accounting.
- Christopher Hill
Earl K. Bowen Quantitative Methods Award
Presented to a senior having the highest cumulative average in their QTM courses.
- Jielan Helen Zheng
Economics Achievement Award
Presented to a senior who had taken 4 or more Economics courses and had outstanding scholarship, initiative, and resourcefulness, in the field of Economics.
- Kellen Harrison
Environmental Sustainability Award
Presented to a senior who has excelled in courses within the Environmental Sustainability Concentration.
- Shuyi “Lucy” Wang
History and Society Award
Presented to a senior who has excelled in History and Society courses. The student must have completed four courses to be eligible.
- Ceili Lemus
Information Systems Award
Presented to a senior having the highest cumulative average in four or more of their MIS courses.
- Weiye Zhang
Marketing Scholars Award
Presented to an outstanding senior Marketing student. This award recognizes exceptional performance and achievement in the Marketing discipline.
- Sidney Jaury
Newton Natural Sciences & Technology Award
Presented to a senior who has the highest cumulative average in Science electives.
- Audrey Cobb
Outstanding Student in Entrepreneurial Studies Award
Presented to a senior based on overall achievements in academic, entrepreneurial, and extracurricular pursuits which best exemplify a creative and enterprising spirit and high personal standards of integrity.
- Swarnambika Shiv
Rudolph A. Johnson Management Award
Presented to a graduating senior who will have taken at least seven courses in management and attains the highest cumulative average in at least six courses in that discipline.
- Alicia Sibole
Technology, Operations Management Award
Presented to a senior who has one of the top cumulative average in their Operations and Information Management (OIM) courses (3 or more). This award is based on the number of OIM courses taken, the OIM GPA and overall OIM faculty evaluations.
- Sabrina Al-Mayahi
The Wall Street Journal Finance Award
Presented to a senior who will have taken at least four or more Finance courses and has completed the most distinguished academic record in the field of Finance.
- Gabriel Papa
Wallace P. Mors Finance Award
Presented to a senior for outstanding performance in Finance and division activities.
- Anna Dibble
Student Athlete of the Class
Presented to the senior student-athlete with the highest GPA in the graduating class.
- Nicole Johns
Michael J. Conlon Spirit Award
Presented to a graduating senior who best demonstrates some of the qualities which Michael embodied: leadership, integrity, loyalty, academic excellence, and, most importantly, a willingness to find the time to care for and support others.
- Angel Ayala
George Macy Wheeler Award
Presented to a graduating senior who best exemplifies the qualities of naturalness, friendliness, sincerity, persistence and loyalty.
- Chenyu “Joanne” Hao
Carroll W. Ford Scholarship Award (Valedictorian)
Presented to the graduating senior who has the highest GPA in the class.
- Timothy Tkachenko
- Nathan Watts
Roger W. Babson Award
This award is presented to the graduating senior who has excelled in scholarship, co-curricular activities and leadership.
- Joyce Wang
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