Penn Graduate Students in Particle Physics receive Prestigious Fellowships

Congratulations to three Penn Graduate students who have recently been awarded some of
the most prestigious fellowships in particle physics! Richard Bonventre,
who works on the SNO+ experiment, was awarded an Owen Chamberlain
Fellowship at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, James Saxon,  who
works on the ATLAS experiment, was awarded an Enrico Fermi Postdoctoral
Research Fellowship, and Douglas Schaefer , who also works on the ATLAS
experiment received a CERN Fellowship. These awards, in addition to
providing outstanding opportunities to pursue their research,
are testimony to the valuable contributions each individual has already
made to the world of  Physics.


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(right to left: Douglas Schaefer, Richard Bonventre, James Saxon)