Jennifer Dailey SAS Graduation Student Speaker
Jennifer Dailey, a major in physics with a concentration in chemical principles, has been selected as the 2012 Penn Arts and Sciences Graduation student speaker. Dailey, who is a Benjamin Franklin Scholar and University Scholar, has an extensive track record of accomplishment in science, including working in the lab of Physics Professor A.T. Charlie Johnson since her freshman year and co-authoring two scientific papers.
New NSF 2012 fellows
Graduate student Matt Hickman,
who works in the Drndic Lab, received a 2012 NSF Graduate Student
Fellowship. Matt's journey took him from high energy physics to his new
passion for single molecule biophysics experiments using graphene
[ Drndic Lab ]
Graduate student Rachel Cane
also received a 2012 NSF Graduate Student Fellowship. Rachel works in
the Sako group on Type 1a supernova cosmology. Rachel is also actively
involved in several teaching and outreach projects.
[ Sako Group ]