Our inaugural Theodore Richard Madden ’49 Fellow is Haoyue Wang, a graduate student in the Earth Resources Laboratory.
We are delighted that the Theodore Madden Fellowship fund reached the $1M benchmark, enabling EAPS to award its first Madden Fellowship this academic year. Our inaugural Theodore Richard Madden ’49 Fellow is Haoyue Wang, a graduate student in the Earth Resources Laboratory currently studying the interaction between carbonate rock and acidic fluid, in search of a better injection strategy for CO2 sequestration. Haoyue attended Peking University, receiving a BSc in geology in 2009 and a BA in economics in 2011.
We are grateful to all who helped us to launch the Madden Fellowship Fund. Leadership donors included John S. Reed ’61 and Cindy Reed, Donald L. Paul ’67, and Jie Zhang PhD ’97.
If you missed the opportunity, and would like to make a contribution, donations can be made to the Theodore Richard Madden ’49 Fellowship Fund (#3305800) by mail or online: http://bit.ly/eaps-giving
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