On April 22, CaNCURE trainee Daem Celestin (Health Sciences ’19) was inducted into Northeastern’s Huntington 100. Other CaNCURE students who won this prestigious award include Marina Yamada (Health Sciences ’21) Justin Margolin (Health Sciences, ’19), Patrick Sheedy (Health Sciences ’19), Meghan Jastrzembski, (Health Sciences,’ 17), Jordan Harris (Chemical Eng. ’17), and Melissa Templeton (Health Sciences ’16). The Huntington 100 Award honors outstanding students for achievements which are commensurate with the university’s mission, ideals, values, and Academic Plan. These students represent what Northeastern is today – a selective institution with rigorous academic programs and a sharp focus on the global experience. Congrats to all our winners!