Several U-M ME Students Receive NSF Research Fellowships

We are happy to announce several of our U-M ME PhD and Master's students have received Graduate Research Fellowships (GRFP) from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master's and doctoral degrees. Those recognized this year include:

Shannon Clancy (PhD, Margaret Wooldridge)
Peter Kuetzing (PhD, Ellen Arruda)
Hannah Larson (PhD, Ram Vasudevan)
Samuel Byung-Deuk Lee (PhD, Jianping Fu)
Larson Lovadal (MSE, Ashley Bucsek)

Two other students, Gabriel Antoniak (PhD, Alex Shorter & Bogdan Ioan Popa) and Andrew Kim (PhD, Wei Lu) received honorable mentions. 

Professor Angela Violi's Lab also had one of her Chemical Engineering students receive a GRFP, Jacob Saldinger. 

Congratulations to all students and your hard work and dedication to your field of study.