Adam Cadwallader (EV ’13) Receives 2013 Koerner Family Fellowship
Prestigious award to support engineering students at WPI
The winners of the 2013 Koerner Family Fellowships have been announced! Of the ten fellowships awarded, five graduate students received $10,000 each and five undergraduate students received $5,000. Among the awardees was Adam Cadwallader, EV class of 2013. Adam has been accepted to a number of PhD programs in Environmental Engineering, and is currently deciding where to attend graduate school starting in the fall of 2013.
The Koerner Family Fellowships provide support for WPI engineering students with aspirations to pursue careers in academia upon graduation. Pictured here are the 2013 awardees:
Left to right top: Paul Gaspar (ME), John Favreau (BME), Nicholas Deveau (CHE) and Adam Cadwallader (EV).
Left to right bottom: Mariah Seaboldt (CEE), Kathryn Tongue (CHE), Danielle Belsito (MSE) and Heather Cirka (BME).
Not pictured: Michal Talmor (ME) and Yasmin Khakpour (ME).
April 1, 2013