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!
John Diamond, associate vice chancellor
Mark Rushing, assistant vice chancellor
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Alonso and Harris are the second pair of U of A students to win the prestigious award in the past two years.
The faculty and staff in the Department of Agricultural Economics have been named the recipients of the annual Office of Sponsored Student Programs Appreciation Award.
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