Fanting Kung Receives Campus Honor's Program Summer Research Award
Fanting Kung, an undergraduate research assistant in the Aging and Neurocognition Lab, has received the Campus Honors Program's Summer Research Award for conducting research on Functional Communication in Alzheimer's Disease.
The Campus Honors Program's Summer Research Awards offer Chancellor's Scholars an opportunity to develop and explore a topic of their choice, working on the Urbana-Champaign campus under the supervision of a U. of I. faculty member. The program provides a stipend of $2,000 for eight weeks to those students selected. At the end of the summer, students will submit a final research report on the work they have accomplished. Fanting will work under the supervision of Dr. Raksha Mudar.