George was a graduate student from Lawrence Township, N.J. He majored in Physics for both his undergraduate and graduate degrees. His Master’s research was focused on improving the efficiency of solar cells and he intends to work in the renewable energy sector – ideally photovoltaics. George was also a three-year member of the men’s ice hockey team. He was named to the NESCAC All-Academic Team five times and was a two-time recipient of the NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team as a member of the golf program.
Walker was a senior from Boulder, Colo. He was a two-year member of the program and a four-year member of the men’s ice hockey team. Walker excelled on the ice and will go down as one of the greatest Cardinals in program history. He is the only Wesleyan men’s ice hockey player to earn two All-America honors and this winter he helped guide the team to its first-ever NESCAC Championship. Walker was also a two-time All-NESCAC First Team selection, a two-time NEHWA Div. III All-Star, and was the winner of the 2020 Joe Concannon Award which is given to the top American-born collegiate hockey player in New England at the Div. II/III level.
Chris was a graduate student from Poughkeepsie, N.Y. He majored in Neuroscience and Biology as an undergrad and Biology for his Master’s of Arts degree. Chris volunteered in the ED at Middlesex Hospital, was the student coordinator for WesReads/WesMath, and volunteered with “Wesleyan Tutoring”. A two-sport athlete who played three years on the men’s ice hockey team, Chris earned six NESCAC All-Academic awards as well as the Graham Prize and Phi Beta Kappa. This summer, he will be working in an orthopedic surgical department before starting medical school at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in the fall.