Recent Trident Scholar Classes
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For detailed abstracts of projects, Please view the Trident Scholar Abstracts.
The symbol Ψ next to a midshipman's name denotes the recipient of the Trident Scholar Prize for the best Trident Scholar project for that year.
From 1964 to 2013, the award was named the Office of Naval Intelligence Harry E. Ward Trident Scholar Prize. In 2014, the award was renamed the Class of 1979 Trident Scholar Prize.
Accomplishments of Recent Tridents
- Carter Burn ('18) wins Trident Scholar Prize
- Chris Cantillo ('18) wins First Place (Undergraduate Division) at the AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) Region I Student Conference
- David Liedtka ('18) awarded Knight-Hennessy Scholarship
- Michael Walker ('18) awarded Churchill Scholarship
- Chris Cantillo ('18) awarded Marshall Scholarship
- Michael Wallace ('18) awarded Schwarzman Scholarship
- Casey Densmore ('18) studies hurricanes
- Chris Panuski ('17) wins Trident Scholar Prize
- Ethan Doherty ('17) graduates first in the Class of 2017
- Chris Panuski ('17) awarded 2017 Hertz Fellowship
- Chris Panuski ('17) selected as a 2017 Gates Cambridge Scholar
- Tim Tracey ('16) named to Cambridge University Blue Boat
- Thomas Wester ('16) wins Trident Scholar Prize
- Andrea Howard ('15) wins Trident Scholar Prize
- Andrea Howard ('15) awarded Marshall Scholarship
- Michael Johnson ('15) presents at the 7th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference in Montpellier, France and co-authors conference proceedings
- Zane Markel ('15) leads USNA to win in 2015 CDX (Cyber Defense Exercise) competition
- Fletcher Rydalch ('15) wins Best Undergraduate Presentation in the Measurement and Detection Division at the American Nuclear Society (ANS) Student Conference, April 2015.
- Sam Lacinski ('15) among the awardees for the Outstanding Service Academy Students in Aerospace
- Zane Markel ('15) presented "Building a Machine Learning Classifier for Malware Detection" at WATER 2014, The Second Workshop on Anti-Malware Testing and Research, Oct 23, 2014, Canterbury, UK.
- Brynn Umbach ('14) wins Trident Scholar Prize (USNA)
- Andrew Tresansky ('13) wins Harry E. Ward Prize
- Nicholas LaSalle ('13) published in Naval Engineers Journal
- Christopher Galvin ('13) wins high honor
- Andrew Tresansky ('13) wins student award
- Jennifer Jones ('13) wins student award
- Andrew Rydalch ('13) and Christopher Galvin ('13) place at ASME competition