Current Hunter student Jungah Ahn was one of two winners of the 2020 Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest.
A computer science major, she looks forward to using technology in a public service career. Read Jungah’s full bio.
MFA Playwriting student Garrett Zuercher’s play, Hard Places, won second place for thenation-wide Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award from the Kennedy Center. This award is offered for the outstanding student-written script that explores the human experience of living with a disability. Read more about the prestigious award. Garrett is one of the founders of Deaf Broadway, a collective of professional Deaf actors who make filmed theatre productions visually accessible in American Sign Language. He is dedicated to bringing authentic Deaf voices to the mainstream and advocates for awareness and representation within the theatre industry. He recently joined us for a Hunter@Home event with friend and Hunter alum, Lauren Ridloff ’05, and actor, producer and activist, Nyle DiMarco.