Matthew Grossman ’22, from Millburn, New Jersey, graduated cum laude in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs with Certificates in Finance and the History and Practice of Diplomacy. In high school, Grossman was a volunteer track coach, helping elementary school students to be more active, was class valedictorian, and a Chemistry Olympiad National Finalist. During summer 2018, he worked in Princeton’s aerospace engineering department, helping conduct research into coronagraphs and high contrast imaging. On campus, Grossman was the executive director of the student-run Laundry Agency, which serves hundreds of students on campus. He was a member of the men’s varsity cross country and track and field teams, a two-time Academic All-American and received an R.W. Van de Velde award for outstanding junior independent work. Grossman, who took a leave of absence for 2020-2021 school year, is the Intern Class of 2020 Frank C. Carlucci ’52 Scholar and spent his internship at the Justice Department in the Office of Civil Rights.
Summer of 2020