Two VisCenter Ph.D. Students Win Prestigious DHS Fellowships!

Date Published: 
Friday, December 9, 2011

Lane Harrison and Roman Pyzh of the Computer Science Department have been awarded DHS Fellowships that will give them 2½ years of support with a stipend of $2300 per month and $1500 per year of travel support for 3 years. Fellowship holders will have summer internships at Pacific Northwest National Lab or another laboratory conducting relevant research. The purpose of the fellowships is to build a cadre of future research and development leaders in science areas relevant to homeland security. The fellowship program is administered by James Foley of Georgia Tech and William Tolone of UNC Charlotte.