Horoho Wins DoE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award
Tyler Horoho is a recipient of a Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award. From UVAToday:
From chasing subatomic particles to counting bees, Tyler Horoho’s varied research pursuits have led him to work and study at some of the nation’s top laboratories, thanks to a Department of Energy research award.
Horoho, a fourth-year doctoral student in physics at the University of Virginia, is one of 60 recipients of a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award. This award permits recipients to carry out part of their doctoral dissertation research in Department of Energy national laboratories, providing a stipend and tuition support for up to three years.