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Student Awards News

The 2016-2017 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Award Winner

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Rachel Andrews, PhD Candidate
Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences

 Research Overview:
200,000 patients per year will receive whole-brain radiotherapy for the treatment of primary and metastatic brain cancer. As a consequence …

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2016 Herbert C. Cheung, PhD Award in Biochemistry

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Each year, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences recognizes an outstanding graduate student who demonstrates excellence in biochemistry through the steadfast support of the Herbert C. Cheung, PhD Award in Biochemistry. Dr. Dwayne Godwin, Dean of the Graduate School …

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Documentary Film Student Scott E. Schimmel Chosen for Southern Exposure Film Fellowship & 2016 Richter Award

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Scott Schimmel

A Busy Summer – Scott E. Schimmel put his environmental science background and his filmmaking skills to use this summer in Alabama as a Southern Exposure Film Fellow.

The six-week summer fellowship provides a small group of undergraduate …

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2016 – 2017 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Fund

The Lucy Robbins Fellowship Award was established in the spring of 2005 in memory of Lucy Robbins, the late wife of WFUHS faculty member Dr. Mike Robbins. In 2014 the award was renamed the Mike and Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship …

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The 2015 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Fund Winner

Matthew C. Walb, PhD Candidate
Department of Physics
Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Research Overview:
We are interested in the carcinogenic risks of low dose radiation, specifically on lung tumorigenesis. Motivated by an increase in imaging …

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2015 Winston <40 Leadership Award!

Bryan Wilson, a PhD/MBA Graduate Student in the Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences program at the Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business is a proud recipient of the 2015 Winston<40 Leadership …

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Unmappable in SXSW!

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The Documentary Film Program is thrilled to announce that unmappable , co-directed by 3rd year DFP students Diane Hodson and Jasmine Luoma, is a SXSW official selection.  The film will screen in the documentary shorts competition of the top-tier film …

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