The Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship is Princeton's top honor for graduate students
"In a flock with 1,200 birds, it is clear that not every bird will be able to keep track of the other 1,199 birds, so an important question is 'who is keeping track of whom?'" said Leonard, Princeton's Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
The Fellowship Subcommittee has recommended, and the Faculty Committee on the Graduate School has approved, that George Young be awarded a Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship for the 2012-13 academic year. Established in 1905 by Clara Cooley Jacobus, this fellowship is an honorific award reserved for four students who, in the judgment of the University faculty, demonstrate the highest scholarly excellence. The Jacobus Fellowship consists of full tuition and student health plan fees and a taxable sti