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Five U-M ME graduate students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships


Five U-M ME graduate students have received Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF) from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2022. The NSF GRF Program’s goal in offering these fellowships is to increase the nation’s human capacity in science and engineering by fostering early-career graduate students, thereby bolstering a diverse and globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering workforce. With five recipients, the University of Michigan’s Department of Mechanical Engineering continues to lead nationally in NSFs awarded to mechanical engineering graduate students. The 2022 recipients are:

Angelo Hawa (Advised by: Kira Barton)

Anvay Pradhan (Advised by: Talia Moore and Evgueni Filipov)

Rachel Silcox (Advised by: Rohini Bala Chandran)

Elizabeth Healy (Advised by: Neil Dasgupta)

Richard Rodríguez-Feliciano (Advised by: Kon-Well Wang)

Angelo Hawa
Anvay Pradhan
Rachel Silcox
Elizabeth Healy
Richard Rodríguez-Feliciano

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