November 2017 Accolades

Four Coke Scholars were listed in the latest Forbes 30 Under 30 list!

Michael Tubbs (2008) under “Law and Policy,” Elizabeth Galbut (2007) under “Venture Capital,” Jacob Tobia (2010) under “Media," Amber Yang (2017) under “Science.”

Mayor Michael Tubbs (2008) under “Law and Policy,” Elizabeth Galbut (2007) under “Venture Capital,” Jacob Tobia (2010) under “Media,” and Amber Yang (2017) under “Science.”

 

Camille Borders (2014, right) was named a Rhodes Scholar! Camille is a senior at Washington University in St. Louis.

Camille Borders (2014, right) was named a Rhodes Scholar! Camille is a senior at Washington University in St. Louis. Photos by Joe Angeles/WUSTL Photos

Last month, we shared that Heather Bowerman (2002) was named one of Goldman Sachs 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2017. We have since discovered that Lindsay Hyde (2000) was named among the top 100 as well! Also pictured is Kathryn Minshew (2004), who was a recipient last year.

Seth Shelden (1994) will head to Oslo for the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, which will be awarded this year to ICAN (the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons). ICAN is a coalition of non-governmental organizations promoting the abolition of nuclear weapons, and Seth has served as a campaigner and a United Nations Representative in connection with ICAN’s efforts in advancing the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, adopted this past summer by 122 nations. The Nobel Peace Prize is being awarded on the basis of those efforts.