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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

2009

Joshua Dillon

2008

Shih-Arng Pan

2007

Ed Schlafly

2006

Jennifer Meyer

2005

Tess Williams

2004

Evan Kirby

2003

Joel Hartman

2002

Colin Bischoff

2001

Klara Elteto

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