News Story

Clark School Students Earn Wylie Fellowships

Clark School Students Earn Wylie Fellowships

The UM Graduate School has awarded eight Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowships to Clark School students for the 2008-09 academic year.


"Competition for these fellowships was keen again this year, and many outstanding students from across campus will receive support intended to enable them to complete their dissertations," said Chuck Caramello, dean of the Graduate School.


Each fellowship awards a stipend of $10,000, candidacy tuition remission and financial assistance towards the cost of health insurance. The fellowships provide financial support for either the fall or the spring semester, and are intended for students who are in the final stages of writing their dissertations.


The Clark School recipients are:


Ahmed A. Abdelhafez
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering


Gulsah Akar
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering


Supratik Datta
Dept. of Aerospace Engineering


Lu Jiang
Dept. of Biological Resources Engineering


Rakesh Kumar
Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering


Yue Liu
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering


Yuxiang Liu
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering


Ying Shi
Dept. of Reliability Engineering


May 12, 2008

Prev  
Next

Current Headlines

Hogan Administration Launches Work Group to Pursue MTI Recommendations for a Possible Autonomous Technology Center

Feathers Not Included

Pines Receives UMD President's Medal

Davis to Serve as Faculty Mentor for NSF-Funded Global STEWARDS Program

MTI App that Rewards Smart Commuting Featured in Washington Post

Are you ready to compete in the e-Bike student challenge?

UMD Wins Vertical Flight Society's Student Design Competition

Bioinspired robotics REU students present final projects

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar

Additional Resources

UM Newsdesk

Faculty Experts