33 Georgia Tech Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Record Number of Tech Women Receive 2011 Awards

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The National Science Foundation has awarded 33 Georgia Tech students with Graduate Research Fellowships, more than any other college or university in the state.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded 33 Georgia Tech students with Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF), more than any other college or university in the state. The fellowships, valued at more than $120,000 each, include $30,000 per year for three years for graduate study and $10,500 annually for three years of tuition.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded 33 Georgia Tech students with Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF), more than any other college or university in the state. The fellowships, valued at more than $120,000 each, include $30,000 per year for three years for graduate study and $10,500 annually for three years of tuition.

For the first time, 23 of the 33 Georgia Tech recipients are women. This year’s winners represent areas of study ranging from aerospace engineering to theoretical chemistry. In addition, 48 current Georgia Tech students received an honorable mention designation from NSF.

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.

A list of the 2011 GRF recipients is provided under the "Related Files" heading.

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Graduate Research Fellowship, NSF, outstanding students
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  • Created By: Lisa Grovenstein
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  • Created On: Apr 28, 2011 - 1:24pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:08pm