11 Drexel Students and Alumni Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships (GRFP)

Drexel's 2012 NSF GRFP recipients

The students and alumni study or have graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering and the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems. Congratulations to the students and the faculty mentors advised and helped the students.

NSF GRFP 2012 Current Student Recipients
Kevin Knehr, Mechanical Engineering
Kristy Jost, Materials Science and Engineering
Alyssa Bellingham, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Brian Dolhansky, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Alyssa Batula, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Jefferson Cuadra, Mechanical Engineering
David Diaz, Biomedical Engineering
Tim Austin, Neurosciences
Alison Moyer, COAS alum  (NC State)
JT Mlack, Physics alum  (Johns Hopkins University)
Ishtiaque Ahmed, Chemical Engineering alum (Georgia Tec)

NSF GRFP 2012 Honorable Mentions:
Jordan Weaver, Mechanical Engineering
Nathan Rostad, Environmental Engineering
Scott Jeffers, Environmental Engineering, proposed to go to Columbia
Jonathan Hubler, Civil Engineering
Alex Alspach, Mechanical Engineering
Tim Bohinski, Chemistry alum (Temple)
William Stephenson, Physics alum (SUNY Albany)

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) provides financial support to top students who are committed to research careers. Students must demonstrate both Intellectual Merit and Broader Impacts of their research.