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Graduate Fellowships

The College of Science and Mathematics offers substantial research fellowships for up to four current MS students who show exceptional promise for research excellence.  These are highly competitive and distinguished awards that come with a $5000 research stipend.  The fellowships are for a one-year period, and require a written report mid-year and a research presentation. Current and past winners are listed.

The Graduate Fellows for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics for 2014-2015 are:

Shannon BaylissBiology

Tom ChenBiology

Erica HoldridgeBiology

Rachel RhymerBiology

 

The Graduate Fellows for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics for 2013-2014 are:

Amy BriggsBiology

Austin NickelMathematics

Joshua SausnerBiology

Camdilla WirthBiology

 

The Graduate Fellows for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics for 2012-2013 are:

Heather HillardBiology

Beth LenzBiology

Alissa LukenBiology

Grant WeissBiology

 

The Graduate Fellows for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics for 2011-2012 are:

Jesse TootellBiology

Christopher NosalaBiology

Jason WarnerBiology

Gregory AvellisBiology

The Graduate Fellows for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics for 2010-2011 are:

Anya Brown, Biology

Beck WehrleBiology

Kevin Scott Martinez RainesPhysics and Astronomy

Denita WeeksBiology

 

Please click on the Graduate Fellowship below that you are interested in: 

College of Science and Mathematics Graduate Fellowships for Outstanding Promise in Research in Science and Mathematics

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship