Graduating science student Yaroslav Davletshin has been accepted to begin university studies at Harvard in the Fall.

“Ever since I began my CEGEP studies in Pure & Applied Science, I have had an immense passion for physics and mathematics, a passion that has motivated me to embark on a career in theoretical physics,” said Davletshin.

“I am particularly interested in quantum and particle physics and would be thrilled to contribute to ground-breaking research in the field of string theory. Upon entering Harvard, I intend to pursue a major in physics or perhaps even a double major in physics and mathematics.”

Davletshin visited Harvard earlier this month, to tour the historic campus and its surroundings.

“I am so excited to attend a world-renowned institution with strong traditions in the field, home to 10 Nobel laureates in physics and alma mater of J. Robert Oppenheimer! I owe an immense debt of gratitude to all my Champlain mathematics, physics, and chemistry teachers who have facilitated this remarkable accomplishment and have laid the foundations for my future successes,” he said.