Now Accepting Applications for the Randall D. Ledford Scholarship II in Physics

Wake Forest students Aryatara Shakya ('19), left, and Emily Kim ('17), center, work with physics professor Daniel Kim-Shapiro in his lab in Olin.

The Department of Physics is now accepting applications for the The Randall D. Ledford Scholarship II in Physics to be awarded to a student entering in the fall of 2018. This scholarship is awarded once every four years to a high school student interested in majoring in Physics at Wake Forest University. This is a four-year merit scholarship awarded to a promising incoming physics major attending Wake Forest University. The award is worth a minimum of $39,200, and only students who are attending high school in North Carolina are eligible to apply during the year it is available. The deadline is February 15, 2018 for receipt of application. More information about the scholarship and application can be found at the Ledford Scholarship page.