EAS Graduate Students Win Fellowships to Take Their Research Outside Tech

6/28/2016

“Congratulations to our Ph.D. students,” says College of Sciences Dean Paul M. Goldbart. “As a College, we are committed to expanding and enriching the research ecosystem for our students and faculty. We are confident that these successes early in your careers are harbingers of more to come after you receive your Ph.D. degrees from Georgia Tech.”

Jacob Buffo has been awarded both the NSF East Asia and Pacific Student Institute for U.S. Graduate Students (NSF EAPSI) Fellowship and the prestigious NASA Earth and Space Sciences Fellowship, which will support his Ph.D. studies for the next three years. 

Tiegan Hobbs has been awarded the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Postgraduate Doctoral Fellowship.

George McDonald has been awarded the Kavli Summer Astrophysics Fellowship.

Amy Williamson has been awarded the NSF East Asia and Pacific Student Institute for U.S. Graduate Students (NSF EAPSI) Fellowship.

The entire announcement written by Scott Smith can be found here.

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