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Antonios Kyriazis

Physics graduate student receives Onassis Foundation Scholarship

UF Physics graduate student, Antonios Kyriazis, has been awarded the Onassis Foundation Scholarship for 2022. As part of the scholarship, Antonios will earn $10,800 over the course of three years to concentrate on his research into particle physics and cosmology of axion dark matter.

The Onassis Scholar’s Association first emerged in 1978 when the Onassis Foundation launched its scholarship program for academics from all over the world. Just a few years later, in 1986, the Onassis Scholar’s Association began to take its current form on the initiative of the Public Benefit Foundation’s first scholarship fellows, who had by then completed their studies.

Today, the Onassis Scholars’ Association boasts more than 2,400 members, all of whom have been awarded research grant and/or scholarships as part of the Onassis Foundation’s scholarship program for Greek and international academics – young people who are leading lights from the spheres of science, letters, and the arts in the countries where they live and work.

Congratulations to Antonios on this well deserved award!

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