CS’ Tushar Jois Awarded Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship
In September 2018, Tushar Jois, a PhD student in the Johns Hopkins Computer Science Department, was awarded a $1,500 Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship.
The mission of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) is to recognize academic excellence in the Computing and Information Disciplines, according to the organization’s website. Each year, the Executive Council of UPE evaluates a large number of scholarship applications from both undergraduate and graduate students. This year, Tushar was among 30 awardees to receive the scholarship.
Tushar research interests include cyber security concepts and techniques, such as security configurations, common protocols, access control, and risk management. In addition to his academic work, Tushar is active on campus and currently serves as Hopkins UPE chapter president. Congratulations, Tushar!