The Newest Rhodes

The newest Rhodes: Shazrene Mohamed '04, from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, is Harvard's seventh Rhodes Scholarship winner for 2004 (see "The Rhodes Roster," March-April). Her concentration combines astronomy, astrophysics, and math; she plans to work toward a Ph.D. in astrophysics at Oxford.

Shazrene Mohamed '04
Photo by Jonathan Shaw
 
















 



 

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