David and Lucile Packard Foundation

The Foundation supports leaders and institutions working to achieve a biologically rich, sustainable world where all families can plan for their children and all children reach their potential.

In 1988, the Packard Foundation established the Fellowships for Science and Engineering to allow the nation’s most promising professors to pursue science and engineering research early in their careers with few funding restrictions and limited reporting requirements.

Science and Engineering Fellowship Recipients

2013

Zheng Wang
Electrical & Computer Engineering

2011

Brent Waters
Computer Sciences

2007

Daniel I. Bolnick
Integrative Biology

2005

Jennifer Maynard
Chemical Engineering

2004

Thomas M. Truskett
Chemical Engineering

2002

Edward M. Marcotte
Chemistry & Biochemistry

1996

Tandy Warnow
Computer Sciences

David I. Zuckerman
Computer Sciences

1994

Roger T. Bonnecaze
Chemical Engineering

1989

Daniel T. Jaffe
Astronomy

1988

Mark F. Hamilton
Mechanical Engineering

 

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