Szafruga and Teeling win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Congratulations to 2nd year graduate students Urszula Szafruga (working with Prof. Lou DiMauro) and Richelle Teeling (working with Prof. Chris Hammel), who each won a prestigious 2011 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations also to Andrea Albert (a 2nd year student working with Profs. Brian Winer and Richard Hughes) who received an honorable mention in this highly competitive competition. The National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and provides three years of full support for outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported disciplines, and has a long history of selecting recipients who achieve high levels of success in their future academic and professional careers. A complete list of winners and honorable mentions can be found here.