Book prizes are given to outstanding students nominated by their German instructors. The books are donated to the Department of German Studies by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany. The recipients were: Chuting Deng, Inyoung Hong, Jixun Ding, David Faust, Michaela Novakova, Andrew (Drew) Kott, Yu Lou, Tyler Etzel, Alexandra Bergmann, Ryan Shawindass Ramano, Avichai Natanel Kapach, Sarah Elisabeth Gutz, Brian Youngho Shin, Maxwell Vega, Yu Lou, Sohyeon (Catherine) Hwang, Matthew Luebbers, Emily Crawford, Taylor Goodin, Sherri Couillard, Nathaniel Williams, Matthew Owen Crescimanno, Emma Stillings, Moteleolu Monifeolu Onabajo, Joshua Levi Ringquist, Xinyi Li, Boomer Olsen, Kevin Parvizi, Arundathi Sharma, Alyssa Trigg, Emma Craven-Matthews, Nicole Helen Schwardt, Devon Langbein, Joshua Taylor, Stefanie McNerney, Lauren Stechschulte, Kristen Claire Hegedus, Nicole Helen Schwardt, Leighton Fernando, Yeuzhou (Celena) Huo, Isadora Anderson, Patrick Molligo, and Xinyi (Lena) Li.
Dr. Ghenoiu is a Vice President at Longitude Capital. Prior to joining Longitude Capital in 2016, she was an Associate Analyst in Biotechnology Equity Research at Cowen and Company where she covered large and small/mid cap biotechnology companies. Dr. Ghenoiu undertook her postdoctoral training at Rockefeller University after earning her . in Chromosome and Cell Biology from the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Biomedical Science at Cornell University. Her research has been published in prestigious journals including Science and Molecular Cell, and presented at a multitude of national and international meetings. Dr. Ghenoiu has been actively involved with Longitude Capital’s investment in Molecular Templates (MTEM). She holds a . in Biochemistry (magna cum laude) from Mount Holyoke College, where she was awarded high honors for her thesis in Computational Quantum Chemistry.
Focus Areas: Biotechnology
Location: Menlo Park
TU Delft botanical garden dates back to 1917, where Proof Garden for Technical Plantation ( Dutch : Cultuurtuin voor Technische Gewassen ) was established  by Gerrit van Iterson Jr., TU Delft graduate and assistant to Martinus Beijerinck .  Gerrit van Iterson Jr. was the first director of the garden until 1948. Creation of botanical gardens at TU Delft was partially a result of the increasing needs of systematized development of tropical agriculture in then Dutch colony of Dutch East Indies .  Over 7000 different species of plants, including tropical and subtropical plants, herbs , and ornamental plants cover the area of almost ha.  Furthermore, more than 2000 unique species are preserved in university's greenhouses . All facilities of TU Delft botanical garden are open to the public.