Ten current or former UGA students have been awarded graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Six of the ten are from the Franklin College:
[The fellowships will allow students] to conduct research while working on their master's and doctoral degrees. The awards provide students with up to $126,000 during a five-year period to conduct research in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Eleven students and alumni also received honorable mentions.
This year's Fellows include:
Cameron Brown, of Savannah, GA
Kao-Wie Chua, of Johnson City, TN
Caitlin Elizabeth Conn, of Port Royal, Penn.
Chelsea Cunard, of Warren, R.I.
Caitlin Ishibashi, of Camarillo, Calif.
Uma Jyothi Nagendra, of New Orleans, La.
and from the Odum School of Ecology:
Daniel Joseph Becker, of West Chester, Penn.
Doug Booher, of Dalton, Ga.
Robert Daniel Harris, of the Drumkeerin area in County Leitrim, Ireland,
Carly Phillips, of Columbus, Ohio
Congratulations to these students and alums. Read more at the link about the work these fellowships will support.