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Jeffrey Alan Willick Award

Jeffrey Alan Willick, Assistant Professor of Physics, was killed in a tragic accident on June 18th, 2000 at the age of 40. He had been a faculty member at Stanford since 1995.  Jeff was a renowned observational cosmologist who was carrying out groundbreaking work in measuring the large-scale structure of the universe. Jeff was a caring and conscientious classroom teacher and the leader of a vibrant group of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. This award is given to an outstanding physics major. Preference is given to undergraduates studying astrophysics.

 

 

Award Recipients

2021

Yu-Tse Lee
Christian Nunez

2020

Antonio Rodriguez

2019

Sungyeon Yang
Josephine Meyer

2018

Arthur Tsang

2017

Nicolas Sanchez
Albert Wandui

2016

Zhiming Wang

2015

Adam Levine

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