Sana Ahmed (A20) is well on her way to a career in studying educational inequality. She has already been accepted to multiple graduate programs and has conducted important research on immigrant labor market discrimination and outcomes. She is described as a “gifted qualitative researcher” by her professors and was praised for her quantitative analysis and reasoning skills. Beyond research, Sana has tutored students in local low-income housing projects since she arrived at Tufts and spent many summers as a camp counselor working with young children. Indeed, Sana is most likely to become an outstanding university professor.
The Class of 1942 Prize Scholarship recognizes those seniors most likely to become outstanding university teachers, counselors, or administrators.