Congratulations to Valedictorian Jin Yun Chow '17 and Salutatorian Grant Storey '17

Congrats are in order for two stellar digital humanists: Jin Yun Chow, the valedictorian of Princeton University’s Class of 2017 and comparative literature concentrator, also worked at the Center for Digital Humanities, on both our Mapping Expatriate Paris and Derrida's Margins projects. She will delivered the valedictory address at the University’s Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, June 6. After graduation, Chow will pursue a Ph.D. in comparative literature at Stanford University, where she plans to study digital humanities and European-Chinese literary relations. Read more here!

The salutatorian of the Class of 2017, Grant Storey, who recieved his B.S.E. in computer science and a certificate in Roman language and culture on Tuesday, was also the recipient of the Center for Digital Humanities innaugural Thesis Prize for his work fusing classics and computer science. Next year, Storey will pursue a master’s degree in computer science at Cornell University. More here!

Congratulations to both!

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