Govind PaneruK-State International Graduate Student Receives Scholarship from Local Rotary Clubs

 

Govind Paneru, doctoral student in physics, Nepal, who is researching the development of new technology that will allow him to directly measure the redox current from signaling molecules that are released into single cellular adhesion sites was one of six Kansas State University international graduate students receiving a $500 scholarship from the Konza and Manhattan Rotary clubs.

 

The International Scholarship program is one way that Rotary International can foster international understanding and friendship, said Rebecca Gould, co-chair of the scholarship committee for the Konza and Manhattan Rotary clubs and director of K-State's Information Technology Assistance Center.