UF Physics graduate student, Suzanne Rosenzweig (advisor Darin Acosta), has been awarded a 2020 University Women’s Club graduate scholarship. Suzanne, one of physics’ top teaching assistants, recently led the effort to create the Physics Graduate Mentorship Program (PGMP), which has made a significant impact on the department. In addition, she has demonstrated high quality in academic, teaching, and outreach. As an award recipient, Suzanne received a check for $1000.
Established in 1922 by President Murphree for women faculty, staff and spouses, the University Women’s Club seeks to offer social and service opportunities to its members. Today, any woman interested in the University of Florida is invited to join. The Club’s UF Foundation Endowment funds undergraduate scholarships in honor of the “first ladies” of the University each year. In addition, the graduate awards given are funded solely by money raised each year through individual member contributions.
Congratulations to Suzanne on this well deserved award!