Congratulations to Melisa Tallis, Recipient of the Dynes Summer Research Scholarship


Melisa Tallis, a second-year undergraduate student working on identifying young brown dwarfs in the SpeX Prism Library, has been awarded the Summer URS Robert C. Dynes and Ann Parode Dynes Physics Research Scholarship for 2014.  Named after former UCSD faculty member and UC President Robert Dynes, this competitive scholarship supports a Physics major for summer research at UCSD.  Melisa is also currently participating in the Faculty Mentor Program. Congratulations on the award Melisa!