April 24, 2012: CS PhD student, James Biagioni, receives Dean's Scholar Award for 2012-2013

Computer Science PhD student James Biagioni is one of the recipients of UIC's Dean's Scholar Award for 2012-2013. James works in the BITS Networked Systems Laboratory, where his research focuses on developing computational solutions to transportation problems. He is advised by Professor Jakob Eriksson.

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. The award is intended to provide the most distinguished, advanced-level graduate students with a period of time dedicated solely to the completion of their programs. In addition to a tuition and fee waiver from the Graduate College, recipients of the Dean's Scholar Award receive a fellowship stipend for the twelve-month academic year.

Copyright 2016 The Board of Trustees
of the University of Illinois.webmaster@cs.uic.edu
Helping Women Faculty Advance
Funded by NSF