Congratulations NSF GRFP Recipients

Congratulations to the current students and alumni who are recipients of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing full-time research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or in STEM education. The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant research achievements in STEM or STEM education..


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Eck, Michael Ben
(Civ, PhD’24)
Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEngineering – Environmental EngineeringNortheastern University
Morris, Sydney Anne
(ChE, E’21)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Chemical EngineeringNortheastern University
O’Hare, Nicholas Roy
(ChE, PhD’24)
University of Massachusetts AmherstMaterials Research – BiomaterialsNortheastern University
Rivera, Diego Felipe
(ME, E’21)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Materials EngineeringNortheastern University
Shapiro, Rachel Lauren
(ChE, E’17)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Chemical EngineeringJohns Hopkins University
Silvia, Nathaniel James
(BioE, PhD’24)
University of RochesterEngineering – Biomedical EngineeringNortheastern University
Toth, Evan Zachary
(ChE, E’21)
Northeastern UniversityMaterials Research – CeramicsNortheastern University
Wagner, Erica Kristen
(BioE, E’20)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Biomedical EngineeringCornell University

Honorable Mention

Bond, Robert Bailey
(Civ, PhD’24)
University of Texas at AustinEngineering – Civil EngineeringNortheastern University
Cisneros, William José
(BioE, E’19)
Northeastern UniversityLife Sciences – Microbial BiologyNorthwestern University at Chicago
DiBiase, Beth
(ChE/Biochem, E’21)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Chemical EngineeringNortheastern University
Kalfus, William Daniel
(EE, E’20)
Northeastern UniversityPhysics and Astronomy – Quantum Information ScienceYale University
Lutkus, Theodore
(BioE, E’20, Comp, PhD’24)
Northeastern UniversityEngineering – Computer EngineeringNortheastern University

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