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CU Chemistry Student Receives HHMI Fellowship

Congratulations to Emma J. Dell, 3rd year graduate student in the laboratory of Professor Luis Campos, on her award of a 2012 International Student Research Fellowship by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).    The fellowship is part of a new program offered by HHMI in support of "outstanding international predoctoral students who are ineligible for fellowships or training grants through U.S. federal agencies."  Each Fellow receives an annual stipend of $30K which is administered and distributed by the host institution, an annual allowance of $3K for expenses such as travel to conferences, books and supplies, journal subscriptions, computer-related expenses, and health care.   There is also an an institutional allowance which  is offered in lieu of tuition and fees.   Information about the fellowship program is available on the HHMI website.   You can learn about the activities of the Campos group on their group website.