Undergraduate Awards

Congratulations to the fall 2018 award recipients!


IDG Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Information Technology Award

This award is presented to a junior who demonstrates excellence in information technology.

Iman Bendarkawi ’20


Shelby Cullom Davis Entrepreneurship Prize

These prizes are presented annually to the top undergraduate student teams that completed the most successful Management Consulting Field Experience (MCFE) for a nonprofit organization.

Alexis Cohen ’19 
Davele Zephyr ’20 
Lauren Drakeley ’19 
Ashley Tango ’19 
Jie-Ling Ngo ’19


Schöpfungsbeitrag Pris Award

This award is presented to the student or organization that has made the most creative and innovative impact on the Babson community.



Babson College Outstanding Undergraduate Philanthropic Activity Award

This award is presented to a student or organization that is dedicated to making positive social change through service and innovation.

Jessica Jean-Baptiste ‘20


Michael Sainovich Memorial Award

These awards are presented to a sophomore man and woman who, as first-year students at Babson, excelled academically and made significant contributions to the College community.

Susanna D’Souza ’21 
David Silva ’21 


Ralph Z. Sorenson and Charlotte R. Sorenson Scholarship Award for Meritorious Achievement

This award is presented to two students who have excelled both in the classroom and in cocurricular activities during their sophomore or junior year.

Amanda Kastner ’19 
Isaac Darwiche ’20 


Heather Maloy Award

This award is presented to a junior who exemplifies those qualities that made Heather such a special person in the Babson community. The recipient must demonstrate hard work and dedication in curricular and cocurricular life, as well as drive, optimism, and a sense of perseverance through any challenge.

Tara Masjedi ’20


Michael J. Conlon and Michelle J. Conlon Memorial Scholarship Award

This award is presented to a junior who exemplifies the qualities and characteristics Michael and Michelle exhibited throughout their four years at Babson, making them such special members of our community. The recipient needs to exhibit leadership, academic achievement, and a love for Babson.

Mackenzie Page ‘20