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Congratulations to our NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Recipients

On behalf of the GradPost, we would like to congratulate the following continuing students for receiving the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship:

  • Elizabeth August-Schmidt, Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology
  • Jeffrey Bowen, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Darcy Bradley, Environmental Science & Management
  • Jason Douglas, Materials
  • Phillip Ehret, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • John Eickhoff, Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Maxwell Fisch, Materials
  • David Jacobson, Physics
  • Kevin Kuns, Physics
  • Benjamin Michel, Physics
  • Arash Nowbahar, Chemical Engineering
  • Celeste Pilegard, Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Shankari Rajagopal, Physics
  • Zachary Rengert, Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Laura Reynolds, Earth Science
  • Kimberly Schlesinger, Physics
  • Christopher Sweeney, Computer Science
  • Carol Tsai, Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Morgan Vigil, Computer Science
  • Hannah Yates, Linguistics
  • Christie Yorke, Marine Science

In addition to these winners, many more of our students received honorable mentions. Congratulations to you all! If you're interested to learn more about the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, you can check out their website here and view the full list of winners from this year's competition. Planning to apply next year? Keep in mind that we have a binder of example NSF proposals (from previous award winning UCSB students)  in the Graduate Student Resource Center and also have compiled a list of NSF resources (including a video from a previous NSF fellowship workshop) on the GradPost.

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