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2011 COPE Fellowship Recipients Announced
Atlanta (January 4, 2011) — The Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics is pleased to announce that Sergio Paniagua-Barrantes, Keith Carroll, Subodh Jagtap, and Xuxia Yao are recipients of the 2011 COPE Fellowship Award.
In recognition of their dedication and academic achievement, the fellowship recipients will receive a $5,000 award to his/her existing stipend, gain access to COPE's network of faculty, students, and partners, participate in various COPE activities, and will be given the opportunity to utilize many of COPE's valuable resources.
Congratulations to the recipients on being selected for this prestigious award!
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