2010 SEAS Valedictorian: Seth Davidovits
Seth Davidovits (B.S. Applied Physics, '10) was named the 2010 SEAS Class Valedictorian.
Seth, also this year’s Applied Physics Faculty Award winner and recipient of the SEAS Illig Medal, is one of the best students we have had in our Applied Physics program. He worked in Prof. T. S. Pedersen’s CNT lab, where he made MiniCNT glow brighter than ever and explained some puzzling data from that device which had perplexed other bright students. He has been the SciCortex APAM cluster administrator for over a year, has served as Vice President of the CU Engineers Without Borders, and has been on the Dean’s list every semester.
It was no surprise that he was accepted to top schools when he applied for graduate school and he will enter the Ph.D. program in Princeton where he plans to study computational plasma physics. Seth has also received a prestigious Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship.