Assistant Professor David Ginger is one of two UW faculty members to win a highly competitive and prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Sloan Research Fellowships are granted to enhance the careers of the top young academics in the sciences, and they carry a $45,000 grant over a two-year period. Currently there are 118 fellowships awarded annually across seven fields: chemistry, computational and evolutionary molecular biology, computer science, economics, mathematics, neuroscience, and physics.
For more information about the Sloan Fellowship and recent recipients, please see the Fellowship website.
For information about David Ginger and his research, please visit his faculty page or his research group website.
Assistant Professor David Ginger received a 2006 Cottrell Scholar Award by the Research Corporation. The Cottrell Scholar Awards program was created to recognized beginning faculty members who are committed to excel at both research and teaching. The award consists of $100,000 in funding to pursue research and educational proposals submitted to the foundation. Ginger was named a Cottrell Scholar to pursue his research proposal, “Probing optoelectronic processes in conjugated polymer blends.”
For more information about the Cottrell Scholar Award program, please visit the new Cottrell Scholar website.
For more information about David Ginger and his research, please visit his faculty page or his research group website.