mage of Hertz Fellows
(Photos: Hertz Foundation Website)

Nine UC Berkeley graduate students recently learned that their fellowships have been renewed by The Hertz Foundation for the 2013-14 academic year. They are Cheri Ackerman, Nicholas R. Boyd, Todd Gingrich, Daniel Lecoanet, Po-Ling Loh, Maria Monks, Kay Ousterhout, Mollie Schwartz and Shannon Yee.

Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Doctoral Fellowships support the early stage research endeavors of applied physical, biological, and engineering science students who possess the potential to make a positive impact in our world by solving difficult, real-world problems.

To find information about how you can apply for the 2014-15 academic year fellowships, visit the Hertz Foundation website.

UC Berkeley Hertz Fellows


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About Débora Silva

Débora Silva, a Brazilian journalist started her career at a television station in São Paulo, Brazil after graduating with a degree in Journalism. For four years, she worked as a reporter and producer for Extensao.Doc, a documentary news program about social and political issues. There she interviewed a wide range of people, including then president, Lula da Silva. In 2009, Débora moved to California to pursue a career as an international correspondent. She graduated with a Master’s Degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley with emphasis in television in May 2014.