News Story

Olatunji Godo, B.S. '11, Establishes Biomedical Research Scholarship

Olatunji Godo, B.S. '11, Establishes Biomedical Research Scholarship

Olatunji Godo
Olatunji Godo

With a donation of $5,000, Clark School alumnus Olatunji Godo (B.S. '11, materials science and engineering) has established a scholarship for undergraduate students conducting biomedical research in the Fischell Department of Bioengineering and the Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering.

Godo established the scholarship so that other students might have similar opportunities to those awarded him as a Clark School student.

He was a recipient of an A. James Clark Scholarship, a University of Maryland Scholarship, an L-3 Communications Research Scholarship and a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Scholarship while a student at the Clark School. He also received funding to attend an international conference to present the results of his research investigating a method of early diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's using nanotechnology. Godo went on to receive an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program fellowship.

Related Articles:
Three MSE Students Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Olatunji Godo Wins L-3 Scholarship

May 2, 2012


Prev   Next