Shivani Agarwal and Maharaja Pandit selected for prestigious Radcliffe Fellowship by Harvard University
Shivani Agarwal and Maharaja Pandit are two Indians who have been selected for the prestigious Radcliffe Fellowship by Harvard University.
Both of them are among the 50 scholars, scientists and artists who will begin their one-year fellowships at the Radcliffe Institute in September 2015.
Shivani Agarwal is from Indian Institute of Science has been selected as William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellow for learning to make choices in the era of big data.
Maharaja Pandit from University of Delhi has been selected as Hardy Fellow for his project life in Himalaya.
About Radcliffe Fellowship
- Radcliffe Fellowship by Harvard University is considered as one of the most prestigious honors for faculty. It is instituted by Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.
- The fellowship is dedicated to creating and sharing transformative ideas across the arts, sciences, social sciences and humanities.
- Annually the fellowship Program supports the work of 50 leading artists and scholars across the world.
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2015
Category: Awards, Persons & Places in News