Student Award Winners

The dean of the Graduate School and the academic affairs deans, in consultation with the Fellowship Subcommittee of the Faculty Committee on the Graduate School, each spring select recipients of the honorific fellowships from nominations made by the academic departments and programs.  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

Vinicius de Aguiar Furuie
G6 — Anthropology
Talmo Pereira
G5 — Neuroscience
Karan Singh
G5 — Computer Science
Raissa von Doetinchem de Rande
G6 — Religion

Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship

Renée Altergott
G6 — French and Italian
Theresa Andrasfay
G6 — Population Studies
Killian Clarke
G6 — Politics
Thomas Davies
G6 — Classics
Trithep Devakul
G5 — Physics
Florent Ghys
G6 — Music
Alexander Glasser
G5 — Princeton Plasma Physics
Gözde Güran
G6 — Sociology
Isaac Harrison Louth
G5 — English
Silpe Justin
G6 — Molecular Biology
Maggie Miller
G5 — Mathmatics
Akanksha Thawani
G6 — Chemical & Biological Engineering

Wallace Memorial Fellowships in Engineering

Edwin Yoonjang Chung
G5 — Electrical Engineering
Fan Yang
G5 — Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Harold W. Dodds Fellowship

Kessie Alexandre
G6 — Anthropology
Lev Arzamasskiy
G5 — Astrophysical Sciences
Richard Calis
G6 — History
Elena Dugan
G5 — Religion
Sarah Hammer
G5 — Chemical & Biological Engineering
Emma Kast
G6 — Geosciences
Kaizheng Wang
G5 — Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Christian Wolf
G6 — Economics