Astronomy Professor Ilse Cleeves was awarded a Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering to support her research on astrochemistry and the formation of planets. The award was announced by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation on Tuesday, October 15. These Fellowships are among the most prestigious and selective in American science. Previous Fellows include scientists who went on to be awarded Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physics, the Fields Medal in Mathematics, the Alan T. Waterman Award, MacArthur Fellowships, and election to the National Academies. The Fellowship provides $875,000 of support over five years.
You can learn more about Professor Cleeves' research in this UVA Today article.
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