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NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Announced

Jul 01, 2024   |   Dartmouth News

Three of the 13 Dartmouth recipients of National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships for 2024 are engineering students and alumni, along with one honorable mention. According to the NSF program, its mission is to "help ensure the quality, vitality, and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce of the United States."

Amritha Anup, Mia Giallorenzi, and Alexander Carney. (Not pictured: Xiaoran Zhu)

The awards, which include an annual stipend and access to professional development opportunities, aim to provide fellows in eligible graduate doctoral programs with the opportunity to pursue their research interests and make strides in their specific fields.

"The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program is a highly competitive and prestigious award for young researchers, and we are proud of our Dartmouth fellows," says F. Jon Kull '88, dean of the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies. "The GRFP has a long history of funding students who become lifelong leaders, contributing significantly to both scientific innovation and teaching."

Winners of 2024 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

  • Amritha Anup Th'23, PhD candidate in biomedical engineering
  • Mia Giallorenzi '23 Th'24, bioengineering
  • Xiaoran Zhu '19 Th'20, ecology

Honorable Mention

  • Alexander Carney Th'23, PhD candidate in quantum engineering

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