Zachary Ulissi, a University of Delaware senior double majoring in chemical engineering and physics, has received a Department of Energy (DoE) Computational Science Graduate Fellowship that will total $250,000 over the next four years. During his undergraduate years, Ulissi conducted research at UD and the National Institutes of Health, co-authored three journal papers, and submitted a patent application for a biomedical polarization imaging device. The fellowship will cover Ulissi's expenses as he works on his PhD and continues his research into developing catalytic agents for creating alternative fuels. The fellowship covers all tuition and fees and provides a stipend of $32,400 per year, as well as funds for travel and computer equipment. Ulissi will also have a summer internship at a DoE lab.