Congratulations to Randall Research Scholar Nick Hayes on being named a 2022 Rhodes Scholar. Nick was The University of Alabama's 16th Rhodes Scholar
Nicholas Hayes, Long Valley, NJ, graduated with the class of 2022 at the University of Alabama, where he majored in Applied Mathematics and German. He also did an intensive course in Swahili language and culture in Tanzania as a Boren Scholar. An ultramarathoner, he was named the outstanding junior at the University of Alabama on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service. Nick edited an undergraduate science journal, interned at NOAA in fisheries science and has published in academic journals in politics and biology, and also published poetry, and translates between English and Swahili. Nick is completing the MSC in Mathematical Science and the MSt in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics at Oxford.
"The Randall Research Scholars Program has been an invaluable source of encouragement and support throughout my tenure at the University of Alabama. This program has given me the necessary tools and professional development to not just succeed, but thrive in an interdisciplinary research environment. I am extremely grateful for the mentorship and guidance of the RRSP community, with special thanks to Mrs. Batson, Darren Evans-Young, Dr. Sharpe, and Dr. Gray."
RRS Live is a live, interactive broadcast of research projects conducted by students in the Randall Research Scholars Program. Students will discuss the goals, outcomes and societal impact of the research they have conducted during the Fall 2022 semester.
Previous live presentations can be viewed here.
The Catherine J Randall Research Scholars Program is a nationally recognized interdisciplinary undergraduate research program which pairs academically elite students directly with leading research professors and cutting-edge computing technology to complete scholarly research projects in any field of study.
For more information about the Randall Research Scholars Program visit our website here.