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Honorific Fellowships awarded to two CBE graduate students

Two graduate students in chemical and biological engineering received Honorific Fellowships from the Princeton University Graduate School this week.

Victoria Lee, a graduate student with the Priestley Laboratory, was awarded the Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship.

Wai Ling Cheung, graduate student with the A. James Link Lab, was awarded the Harold W. Dodds Fellowship.

Honorific Fellowships go to “students displaying the highest scholarly excellence in graduate work during the year.” The awards provide full tuition and funding beyond the base stipend.

Students are nominated by their department and selected by the Dean of the Graduate School based on a set of criteria that includes students’ credentials as well as their approaches to thesis research.