Adam Schuit receives the 2007 Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, August 15, 2007

At a ceremony on May 23, 2007 at Princeton University, Cornell University Summer College grad Adam Schuit was awarded the 2007 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Schuit was honored for his outstanding efforts to promote harmony, respect, and understanding among people of different races and cultures in their schools and communities.

Schuit's work also earned him a joint citation from both houses of the New Jersey Legislature. He plans to donate his $500 award back to the various houses of worship who participated in the ecumenical event for which he received the prize.

In addition to receiving the Princeton Prize, Schuit is a member of the National Honor Society. During his junior year he was elected a captain of his high school swim team, pitched for the varsity baseball team, and represented his high school in a six-day American Legion Boys State competition. Currently, Schuit is working as a paid intern for the Trenton Thunder, the N.Y. Yankee's minor league baseball team. He plans to pursue a degree in Hotel Administration.