2017 UConn School of Business Best Paper Award for paper, "Target Adjusted Utility Functions and Expected Utility Paradoxes"
First place, 2014 Student Paper Competition, INFORMS Decision Analysis Society for paper
"Frame Dependent Utility Theory".
OPIM Departmental Outstanding Student Scholar Award, UConn School of Business (2013)
Powell Student Achievement Award, UConn School of Business (2011)
Yale College David Everett Chantler Award for graduating student exhibiting strength of
character and high moral purpose (2008)
Department of Homeland Security Scholar in Science and Technology (2006 – 2008)
USA Today’s High School Academic First Team (2004)
Regional Finalist, Young Epidemiology Scholars Competition for Drought and Propagation of the
West-Nile Virus in Boulder, Colorado. Promise Award- CT Department of Public Health; MIT
Network of Educators Award, Student Achievement Award from the Connecticut Academy of
Scientists and Engineers (2004)
First Place National Winner, Siemens-Westinghouse Math, Science and Technology Competition