Graduate Student Zhou Wang Awarded Presidential Fellowship

November 29, 2016
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Physics graduate student, Zhou Wang, advised by Prof. Lou DiMauro has recently been notified that he is the recipient of a Presidential Fellowship.  This fellowship presented by the Graduate School recognizes outstanding scholarship and research ability, providing recipients one year of full-time financial support to devote full time to their dissertation research.  Zhou Wang was one of only 17 students to receive this award in 2016-17.

The Presidential Fellowship is the most competitive and prestigious scholarly recognition provided by the Graduate School. Students are nominated by their graduate studies committee chairs, must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.6 for all Ohio State graduate work, have completed all degree course work by the time the fellowship is activated, and have passsed the candidacy examination by the nomination deadline.  Fellows are selected through a university-wide competition led by a faculty committee. 

Congratulations Zhou on this prestigious award!