Fellowship dinner recognizes the achievements of 26 graduate students

The dean of the Graduate School hosted a reception and dinner to celebrate the academic achievements of 26 graduate students selected this spring as recipients of the honorific fellowships.  The honorific fellowships are named and endowed fellowships that support advanced Ph.D. students whose research shows exceptional promise.  The Jacobus Fellowship, given to one Ph.D. student in each of the four divisions (humanities, social sciences, natural and physical sciences, and engineering) is the most prestigious of the honorific fellowships.

 

Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship

Adam Lerner, Department of Philosophy
Alexander Philippov, Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Henry Shapiro, Department of History
Neereja Sundaresan, Department of Electrical Engineering

Myhrvold-Havranek Innovative Thinking

Grigory Tarnopolskiy, Department of Physics

Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship

Hiba Abdel-Jaber, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Giulia Brancaccio, Economics
Cydney Dupree, Department of Psychology
Yile Gu, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Eduardo Lerro, Department of Comparative Literature
Sara Marcus, Department of English
Wangui Muigai, Program in History of Science
Sneha Rath, Department of Molecular Biology
Andrew Shaver, Woodrow Wilson School
Adam Thal, Department of Politics
Chen Zhao, Department of Economics
Yang-Yang Zhou, Department of Politics

Wallace Memorial Fellowships in Engineering

Sang Beom Kim, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Jingbo Liu, Department of Electrical Engineering

Harold W. Dodds Fellowship

Jesse Ault, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Thomas Barrett, Department of Philosophy
Ilya Belopolski, Department of Physics
Tengyu Ma, Department of Computer Science
Julia Morse, Woodrow Wilson School
Jennifer Obligacion, Department of Chemistry
Clem Wood, Department of Classics