Katrina Morgan Graduate Fellow
Katrina Morgan, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mathematics, has been selected in the inaugural cohort of Kenan Graduate Fellows in the College of Arts & Sciences. One of only ten graduate students in the college chosen for this fellowship, Katrina has distinguished herself as an outstanding researcher and teacher, and will serve as an ambassador in sharing her story with prospective students the college hopes to recruit.
A generous gift from alumnus Thomas S. Kenan III, ’59, funds the Thomas S. Kenan III Graduate Fellows Program. Kenan is passionate about funding graduate students at a level that enables them to be fully immersed in their scholarship and realize their potential. This new program will help some of the College’s most talented graduate students work toward completion of their doctorates. The ten students in the first cohort of this program will receive a $5,000 top-up to their regular stipend in 2018-2019 and a $2,500 summer stipend in either 2018 or 2019.