April 22, 2009: Computer Science PhD student, Mayank Lahiri, receives UIC Dean's Scholar Award for 2009-10.


Computer Science PhD student Mayank Lahiri is one of the recipients of the UIC Dean's Scholar Award for 2009-10. Mayank's research is on identifying and predicting significant (regular, frequent) patterns of interactions in dynamic social networks.

The Dean's Scholar Award is a one-year, non-renewable award presented by the Dean of the Graduate College in recognition of a student's scholarly achievement. It is intended to provide the most distinguished, advanced-level graduate students with a period of time dedicated solely to the completion of their programs. Recipients of the Dean's Scholar Award will receive a fellowship stipend of $20,000 for a twelve-month academic year. The recipient also receives a tuition and fee waiver from the Graduate College.













































 
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