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
Daniel I. Bolnick (Integrative Biology) - 2007
Roger T. Bonnecaze (Chemical Engineering) - 1994
Mark F. Hamilton (Mechanical Engineering) - 1988
Daniel T. Jaffe (Astronomy) - 1989
Edward M. Marcotte (Chemistry & Biochemistry) - 2002
Jennifer Maynard (Chemical Engineering) - 2005
Thomas M. Truskett (Chemical Engineering) - 2004
Zheng Wang (Electrical & Computer Engineering) - 2013
Tandy Warnow (Computer Science) - 1996
Brent Waters (Computer Science) - 2011
David I. Zuckerman (Computer Science) - 1996
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