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Baldoni, Jr. US'17 receives Enrico Fermi Science Award

Duke University-bound senior Robert Baldoni, Jr. added to his growing list of accolades in winning the Enrico Fermi Science Award on May 6. The award is for students who have done exceptionally well in the area of science and are pursuing a major in the field. Alberto DeAngelis US'16 won a similar Enrico Fermi award last year.

Recipients are selected anonymously based on academic credentials, extracurricular involvement, and community service. Each year, the Enrico Fermi Educational Fund, Inc., of Yonkers presents a handful of $5,000 awards to graduating seniors who are of traceable Italian heritage, have demonstrated academic prowess in a select field of study, and plan on continuing their education.

Congratulations, Robert!