37 Graduate Students Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Fellows earn funding for three years of study in their field.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded 37 Georgia Tech students with Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF). The fellowships, valued at more than $132,000 each, include $30,000 per year for three years for graduate study and $12,000 annually for three years of tuition.

This year’s winners represent areas of study ranging from aerospace engineering to theoretical chemistry. The purpose of the GRF initiative, the oldest of NSF’s programs, is to foster experts who will contribute significantly to research, teaching and innovations in science and engineering. Their awards total more than $4.8 million in funding. 

  • Melissa Alvarado-Velez
  • Harrison Logan Bartlett
  • Taryn Elizabeth Black
  • Jessica Taylor Block
  • Jessica Christine Butts
  • Elizabeth Anne Campbell
  • Stanley Jordan Cantrell
  • Timothy Zuchi Chang
  • Ricardo Cruz-Acuna
  • Alfred Nicholas DeAngelis
  • Tesca Kate Fitzgerald
  • Lizzette Marie Gomez Ramos
  • Stephanie Gillespie
  • Ravi Haksar
  • Candice Megan Hovell
  • Emily Louise Jackson
  • Andris Davis Jaunzemis
  • Brian Minsuk Kahng
  • Alisha Ana Kasam
  • Cheryl Lau
  • Charlsie Elizabeth Lemons
  • Robert Guy Mannino
  • Christina Ann Masden
  • Courtney Anne Miller
  • Jennifer Lynn Moutinho
  • Michael Robert Nelson
  • Marissa Catherine Norko
  • Anthony Jose Rojas
  • Caitlyn Seim
  • Cole Stewart Simpson
  • Yaroslav V. Vasyliv
  • La Sasha Walker
  • Joseph Donald Walsh
  • Elyse Andrea Watkins
  • James Justin Wilbanks
  • Johnny L. Worthy
  • Emily Christine Woods

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