Fellowship Information

Campbell Fellowship

The Campbell Fellowship was established in 2008 by Campbell & Company, Inc. to provide graduate fellowship support to students studying economics and finance in the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and mathematical science in the G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering.  Created in 1972, Campbell & Company, Inc. is based in Baltimore, Maryland and specializes in managed futures, global macro, and quantitative long/short equity strategies.

Counselman Fellowship

Charles and Catherine Counselman

Charles and Catherine Counselman

This Fellowship was endowed by a generous gift from JHU alumnus Charles Counselman and his wife Catherine Counselman to support AM&S department graduate students. The Fellowship is offered to a rising second-year doctoral student. The basis for the award is academic accomplishment and promise, with preference to students who do not have continuing “bonus” support.

  • 2018: Wei-Chun Hung
    2017: Ke Chen
    2016: Long Wang, Jingyi Zhu
    2015: Joshua Cape
    2014: Kamel Lahouel
    2013: Allen Cheng
    2012: Jordan Yoder
    2011: Daniel Sussman
    2009: Peng Liu
    2008: Vince Lyzinski
    2007: Chao Yan
    2006: Xugang Ye
    2005: Kevin Byrnes

Isaacs Fellowship

The Rufus P. Isaacs Graduate Fellowship was established in 1982 by the Department of Mathematical Sciences in memory of Rufus Isaacs, engineering professor emeritus, to provide a first-year fellowship for a student in applied mathematics and statistics at the Whiting School of Engineering.

  • 2018: Long Wang
    2017: Fangzheng Xie
    2016: Dan Popescu
    2015: William Hua
    2014: Theodore Drivas
    2013: Zachary Lubberts
    2012: Yueling Loh
    2010: Cencheng Shen
    2007: Wei Chen, Vince Lyzinski, Matthew Sedlock, Valentina Staneva

 

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