University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Undergrad Scholarship

Edmond B. Franklin Scholarships

                                                       

Recognizes exceptional promise based on academic achievement. Physics majors are eligible for this scholarship; Astrophysics majors are not.


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Spanier receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Rory Spanier receives the 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Amanda Gatto

Gatto receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Amanda Gatto received the 2019 Franklin Scholarship.

Xiaohuan Xia

Xia receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Xiaohuan Xia received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Jesse Donahue

Donahue receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Jesse Donahue received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Jonathan Brashear

Brashear receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Jonathan Brashear received a 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Thomas Richardson

Richardson receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Thomas Richardson received the 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship. Thomas is originally from Hull, England and has lived in Minnesota since 2014. The scholarship will help him work less over the summer, so that he can really focus on his research with Prof. Dan Dalhberg's group. He is interested in the intersection of quantum mechanics and macroscopic systems and is now exploring solid state physics.

Dakota Hall

Hall receives 2019 Franklin Scholarship

Dakota Hall received the 2019 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship.

Elena Hafner

Hafner wins 2017 Franklin Scholarship

Elena Hafner won 2017 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarships.

Lukas Wiedman

Wiedman wins 2017 Franklin Scholarship

I give my permission for the use of my name, photo, and quotations on the University of Minnesota School of Physics and Astronomy website. Lukas Wiedman won a 2017 Edmond G. Franklin Scholarship. He is originally from Villa Park, a western suburb of Chicago. Wiedman plans to use the scholarship to continue his education through senior year and beyond. He is an Astrophysics major, fascinated by the search for exoplanets, though he has done research on the supergiant VY Canis Majoris as well.

Tan wins 2017 Franklin Scholarship

Xin Zhi Tan won a 2017 Edmund G. Franklin Scholarships. He is from Malaysia originally. He plans to use his scholarship to pay for tuition and travel back to Malaysia during the coming winter. He is currently working in Professor Shaul Hanany's group. Tan is interested in continuing his studies in nuclear physics.


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