Indian American Archika Dogra Wins 2024 Spirit of Princeton Award

Written on 06/01/2024
Asia91 Team


PRINCETON, New Jersey – Indian American student Archika Dogra, along with seven other students, has been honored with the 2024 Spirit of Princeton Award for her outstanding contributions to campus life at Princeton University.

 

Archika Dogra, a senior majoring in computer science from Bellevue, Washington, has been recognized for her significant impact at Princeton University.

 

She served as president of the Entrepreneurship Club and Princeton South Asian Theatrics, mentored students, and contributed to various campus activities.

 

Dogra's nonprofit, Innoverge, promotes STEM education and has reached over 10,200 students globally.

 

Key Points:

 

  • Achievements: President of the Entrepreneurship Club and Princeton South Asian Theatrics.

 

  • Mentorship and Service: Active in Academic Service Today, OneRespect interviewer, accessibility notetaker, recruitment chair for Orange Key tour guides, and member of the Undergraduate Student Government movies committee.

 

  • Innoverge: Founded the nonprofit aimed at promoting STEM education, reaching over 10,200 students in 14 countries.

 

  • Recognition: Received grants from Disney, Hershey, and Ann Taylor; featured in Forbes, Elite Daily, and Geekwire.

 

  • Awards: Forbes 30 under 30 Seattle Lister, Global Teen Leader, Mars Generation 24 under 24 Leader, and WISE Learner’s Voice Fellow.

 

  • Internships: NASA, University of Washington, Sensoria Health, and CityTaps.

 

 

Archika Dogra's dedication to enhancing campus life and her impactful work through Innoverge highlight her as a standout student at Princeton University. Her achievements and recognition through the Spirit of Princeton Award underscore her commitment to academic excellence and community service.