Five ME Students Receive 2021 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Five ME graduate student winners of NSF fellowship

A total of five ME graduate students have received NSF (National Science Foundation) Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF) in 2021. With these awards, the University of Michigan (U-M) Mechanical Engineering (ME) Department continues to be a national leader in NSF awards to ME departments. The NSF GRF Program’s goal is to increase the nation’s human capacity in science and engineering by providing fellowships to early-career graduate students to support the development of a diverse and globally engaged U.S. science and engineering workforce. The recipients are:

Jamie Ferris (Advisors: Kathleen Sienko & Noel Perkins)
Codie Fiedler Kawaguchi (Advisors: Eric Johnsen & Xun (Ryan) Huan)
Clare Lanaghan (Advisor: Neil Dasgupta)
Daniel Liao (Advisor: Neil Dasgupta)
Tyler Toner (Advisors: Kira Barton & Dawn Tilbury)