Hans A. Panofsky Scholarship in Meteorology

Funds for these scholarships have been donated by the friends, colleagues, and students of Hans A. Panofsky, who was professor of meteorology at Penn State from 1951 through 1982. He was an Evan Pugh Research Professor, known for his work on atmospheric turbulence and diffusion. These scholarships are awarded to Penn State undergraduate students majoring in meteorology who have demonstrated superior academic ability and have a need for financial assistance in order to obtain their University degree.

Funds for these scholarships have been donated by the friends, colleagues, and students of Hans A. Panofsky, who was professor of meteorology at Penn State from 1951 through 1982. He was an Evan Pugh Research Professor, known for his work on atmospheric turbulence and diffusion. These scholarships are awarded to Penn State undergraduate students majoring in meteorology who have demonstrated superior academic ability and have a need for financial assistance in order to obtain their University degree.

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