Broadcom Foundation funds graduate fellowships at School of Engineering

The Broadcom Foundation has pledged $400,000 over two years to establish graduate fellowships at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering. The gift will fund four electrical engineering graduate students each year for the next two years. “Student fellowships have become increasingly important as schools around the country vie for the brightest young minds,” said Samueli School Dean Gregory Washington. “Students are a source of great energy and innovation, and this support from the Broadcom Foundation will enable us to recruit the most promising electrical engineering students.” G.P. Li, professor of electrical engineering & computer science, will administer the fellowship program, which will support graduate students interested in conducting interdisciplinary research aimed at enhancing the communication abilities of mobile devices. For more information, see the engineering school’s news site.

 

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