Short Takes: Raymond Walter's Inspirational Story of an Accelerated Education
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – By now, you may have heard about Raymond Walter, the exceptional University of Arkansas graduate who recently wrapped up a triple major in physics, math, and economics at the age of 18. Walter is headed for a Distinguished Doctoral Fellowship this fall. Combined with a National Science Foundation Research Fellowship, Walter has earned more than $210,000 in academic awards over the next four years.
Watch Raymond’s story “Mind Over Matter,” this week’s Arkansas Short Takes video!
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