Boilermaker Engineering students offered NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program released its 2021 Award Offers and Honorable Mentions List on March 23, which includes a number of Purdue Engineering students and alumni.
NSF GRFP logoThe National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program

Current Purdue Engineering students who received NSF Fellowship offers are current students in the following schools:

  • Alam, Sabriya M. (ECE senior)
  • Babiak, Paulina M. (ChE graduate student)
  • Charley, Derrick R. (AAE graduate student)
  • Clements, Herman R. (ENE graduate student)
  • Fuentes, Francesco A. (ME graduate student)
  • Ghodgaonkar, Isha (ECE senior)
  • Karaba, Lindsay A. (BME senior)
  • Karis, Ann Marie (AAE graduate student)
  • Regan, Ryan J. (ME graduate student)
  • Schepers, Luke E. (BME graduate student)
  • Sinclair, Daniel R. (MSE graduate student)
  • Sorg, Theodore (ENE graduate student)
  • Winter, Maureen A. (ME graduate student)
  • Woeppel, Aaron B. (ChE graduate student)

Several Engineering alumni currently pursuing graduate degrees at Purdue or elsewhere also received offers:

  • Argote, Pablo F. (Purdue BSBME, now a graduate student at University of Colorado at Boulder)
  • El-Azab, Salma (Purdue BSMSE - Metallic Materials, now a graduate student at University of California-Irvine)
  • Gallaway, Glynn (Purdue BSME, currently a Fulbright Scholar in Germany, joining the Purdue ME graduate program in Fall 2021)
  • Holmes, Zachary A. (Purdue BSBME, now a graduate student at Duke University)
  • McKee, Christine C. (Purdue BSBME, now a graduate student at Boston University)

Engineering students who received Honorable Mentions:

  • Carneiro, Nikhil (ME graduate student)
  • Diaz Arroyo, Ricem Marie (ChE graduate student)
  • Madsen, Emilee A. (BME graduate student)

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines who are pursuing research-based master's and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions. The five-year fellowship includes three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 to the institution. It is the country’s oldest fellowship program that directly supports graduate students in various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields.

Source: NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program