Colin Lynch is outstanding in so many ways. He is graduating in December with a degree in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science and minors in Creative Writing and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology. He is completing two honors theses, one in NSCS and one in EEB, based on his research in the division of labor in social insects. Colin is a Galileo Scholar (2017 & 2018) and an active member of the Nu Rho Psi honorary. He has been heavily involved in research and outreach throughout his undergraduate career while also serving in the Army National Guard. Colin was awarded an NSF fellowship grant and has been accepted to graduate school where he will continue his research on social insects. After earning his PhD, Colin plans to have a career in academia where he can continue to pursue his research interests. He is most deserving of this award.
Congratulations Colin, and thank you for your service and contributions to your community, school, and country!