The Adult Cognition Lab wants to congratulate Aiman Waris, an undergraduate research assistant, on becoming a recipient of Georgia Tech’s prestigious Stamps President’s Scholarship!
Out of 15,000 applicants every year, the Stamps President’s Scholars Program selects 40 students who have demonstrated excellence in academics, leadership, and service to join the program for the entirety of their undergraduate education at Georgia Tech. Along with a full tuition waiver, Stamps President’s Scholars also receive one-on-one guidance from faculty guides, opportunities to represent Georgia Tech internationally, and $15,00 in funding for academic enrichment over 4 years. Upon graduation, Stamps President’s Scholars become a part of an elite network of alumni with connections to the world’s top businesses and graduate schools. You can read more about the Stamps President’s Scholarship at the program’s website.
Aiman is also a recipient of the President’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) which provides opportunities for undergraduates at Georgia Tech to engage in research while also receiving payment to do so. She will be continuing her research with the Adult Cognition Lab in the spring with funding by the PURA grant.
Congratulations again, Aiman! We are very proud to have you as a member of the ACL.