Martin Lim awarded Arthur Twining Hadley Prize

Martin Lim was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year and graduates summa cum laude with distinction in both his majors, Economics and Chemistry.

Martin Lim was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year and graduates summa cum laude with distinction in both his majors, Economics and Chemistry. He is also the recipient of the Bishop Berkeley Prize, given by Berkeley College to the student who “best discovered the intellectual potentialities of a university.” He has served as a member of the Berkeley College Council, as first-year captain of Berkeley Intramurals, and as a Berkeley College First-Year Counselor. As a peer tutor for the Chemistry Department, he has helped other Yale students succeed, and he has studied in Japan as a Richard U. Light Fellow. He has served his country holding the rank of Corporal First Class as a combat engineer in the Singapore Armed Forces. To recognize his academic excellence, Yale College proudly awards the Arthur Twining Hadley Prize to Martin Lim.

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