University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Grad Scholarship

The Dr. Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship Gift


The Dr. Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship Gift is equivalent to a 50%-time Graduate Assistantship during the summer. The fellowship will be awarded to a full-time graduate students in good standing with exceptional potential in their field enrolled in the School of Physics and Astronomy working toward a graduate degree and associated with the Space Physics Group.

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Evan Tyler

Tyler wins 2017 Burlaga Fellowship

Evan Tyler won the 2017 Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship. Tyler moved around a lot growing up: North Carolina, New Mexico, Germany, and Virginia. He plans to use the fellowship to attend the Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) conference and the Solar Heliospheric & INterplanetary Environment (SHINE) conference in order to present two of his research projects. Tyler will also be working on preparing this research during the Summer, as well as continuing his work as the Outreach Coordinator for MIfA. More »

Sheng Tian

Tian wins 2016 Burlaga Fellowship

Sheng Tian wins the 2016 Dr. Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship.

Charles McEachern

2015 Charles McEachern

Charles McEachern won the 2015 Dr. Leonard F. Burlaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship.

2011 Kristopher Kersten

Kristopher Kersten won the 2011 Leonard F. Burlaga Fellowship


2014 Xiangwei Tang

Xiangwei won the Burlaga Award.

Xiangwei Tang

2013 Xiangwei Tang

Xiangwei Tang is originally from China. Her research focuses on observations of magnetic field reconnection at the Earth's dayside magnetopause and the associated plasma waves using data from Polar, Cluster and THEMIS satellites. Her advisor is Cynthia Cattell. Xiangwei plans to use the award money to fund a statistical study of the roles of waves in magnetopause reconnection using THEMIS data this summer.

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2010 Lynn Wilson

Lynn Wilson won the Dr. Leonard F. Bulaga/Arctowski Medal Fellowship. Originally from Grand Rapids, Minnesota, his main research interest is energy dissipation mechanisms in collisionless shock waves. He plans to use his scholarship funds to pay for his RA position over the summer term of 2010.

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