New ANU endowment for developing-world scientists

Thursday 10 December 2015

Distinguished physics Professor Chennupati Jagadish and his wife Vidya have kickstarted a new endowment fund to bring science students and academics from the developing world to study and do research at The Australian National University (ANU).

The Chennupati and Vidya Jagadish Endowment Fund will pay for up to four scholarships or fellowships a year for students and researchers from the developing world to study or conduct collaborative research for up to three months at the Research School of Physics and Engineering (RSPE).

Read more on the ANU news website

 

Further information for the Chennupati and Vidya Jagadish endowment fund

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