Six Rice CS students win engineering scholarships and awards

Students were recognized for research excellence, leadership and creativity

Six Rice CS students win engineering scholarships and awards

Congratulations to our 2022-23 engineering scholarship and award recipients! The awards recognize academic success, research excellence, leadership, and creativity.

This year, more than sixty students were awarded nearly $378,000 in awards and scholarships from the School of Engineering and Rice Engineering Alumni! See the complete list of recipients on the School of Engineering website.

Meet the computer science student recipients below and hear how they plan to use their awards for graduate school, research or to pursue their careers.

We encourage our students to apply for the awards next academic year. Browse the award opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Chima Adiole  

Chima Adiole ('23, M.S. '24)
REA Research Excellence Award        

Emily Huang  

Emily Huang ('24)
School of Engineering Most Outstanding Junior Award

“I will use this gift to purchase textbooks and further my education in computer science.”

Junhyung Lyle Kim  

J. Lyle Kim (Ph.D. '24)
REA Travel Grant

“The REA’s travel grant allowed me to attend the Quantum Information Processing conference at the University of Ghent, and present two works on quantum state tomography.”

Sabrina Kim  

Sabrina Kim ('24)
Chevron Scholarship

“This award will help me pay for my college tuition and allow me to invest more time in my studies.”

Eliot Solomon  

Eliot Solomon ('23) 
School of Engineering Outstanding Student Award

“This gift will further my educational goals and career by helping me pay for academic materials and stuff to make side projects with.”

Ryan Wang  

Ryan Z. Wang ('24)
James S. Waters Creativity Award; REA Leadership Excellence Award

“These awards will help fund my future creative endeavors, such as attending conferences to present my research. Most importantly, it will open opportunities for me to make an impact in research, service and mentorship.”