NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Congratulations to the current and future UW engineering graduate students who applied for and were awarded NSF graduate research fellowships beginning autumn 2013!

These awards are very prestigious. NSF Fellows are anticipated to become knowledge experts who can contribute significantly to research, teaching, and innovations in science and engineering.

UW student Research interest
Natalie L Brace Aeronautical and aerospace
Mark Brunson Materials engineering
Josue Gabriel Calderon Aeronautical and aerospace
David Julio Colmenares CSE - Robotics and computer vision
Lilian de Greef CSE - Human computer interaction
Morgan Hiraiwa Mechanical engineering
Samuel Ben Hixon CSE - natural language processing
Samuel B Hopkins CSE - algorithms and theoretical foundations
Kevin Huang Electrical and electronic engineering
Alysa Joaquin Chemical engineering
Mary Caroline Joyce CSE - human computer interaction
Natalie Marie Larson Materials research - polymers
Tinny Liang Bioengineering
Jacqueline Nicole Robinson-Hamm, Bioengineering
Jason Solomon Ross Materials research - electronic materials
Erin Mariko Sanehira Electrical and electronic engineering
Andrew David Sen Civil engineering
Dana Birute Sulas Civil engineering
Benjamin McKittrick Weiss Mechanical engineering
Irene Yun Zhang CSE - computer systems, networking, and embedded systems

NSF Fellows Coming to UW for Graduate Studies

These awardees from other institutions plan to continue their engineering studies at the UW.

Student Research interest Undergraduate School
Kiley Sobel Computer Software Harvey Mudd College

Former UW Undergraduates Receiving NSF Fellowships

Student UW department Now at
David Stevens Bergsman Chemical engineering Stanford
Alexander David Lindsey Chemical engineering North Carolina State University
Gabriel Pratt Computer Science & Engineering University of California, San Diego
Michael John Siedlik Chemical engineering Princeton
Ada June Zhang Computer Science & Engineering Carnegie-Mellon University

Each year, additional NSF fellows from other baccalaureate institutions come to the UW for graduate studies. We will list them when their UW acceptance becomes finalized.

Big Benefits

Fellows benefit from a three-year annual stipend of $30,000 along with a $12,000 cost of education allowance for tuition and fees, and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S., or foreign institution of graduate education they choose.

Past NSF Graduate Research Fellowships