The Dean's Award for Students Who Excel on and off Campus
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The Dean's Award for Students Who Excel on and off Campus

SEVERAL STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED IN THE INAUGURAL EDITION OF THE AWARD ALLOCATED BY THE UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL


If you excel in your studies while also being successful in an extracurricular activity, particularly in the athletic, artistic and cultural fields, then you may be a candidate to receive the Dean's Award. This recognition was established by the Bocconi Undergraduate School for students in their first and second years of a program in the 2018-2019 academic year.

"This award is a great opportunity for outstanding students to gain increased visibility," explains the Dean of the Undergraduate School, Annalisa Prencipe, "because we know how many sacrifices are involved in attending university while also participating in activities that require almost total commitment and dedication."

For its first edition, the Dean's Award has been assigned to: Ilaria Buricelli, enrolled in her second year of the BIEF program and a fencing athlete; Matteo Sirani, second year of the CLEF program, rowing; Lorenzo Merci, second year of the BIEM program, basketball; Alberto Mondazzi, third year of the CLEA program, track and field; Sofia Curone, third year of the CLEACC program, who studies at the Conservatory of Pavia; Elena D'Agnese, third year of the BESS program, fencing; and Antonio Maccioni, third year of the BIEF program, water polo.
 

by Davide Ripamonti
Translated by Jenna Walker


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