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Press Release 10-008

Obama Bestows Highest Presidential Honor on Early Career Scientists and Engineers

Twenty PECASE awardees were nominated by NSF from its distinguished pool of CAREER awardees

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President Barack Obama talks to PECASE recipients.

President Barack Obama talks with recipients of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) before a group photo in the East Room of the White House, Jan. 13, 2010.

Credit: Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson.


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Photo of NSF PECASE awardees.

At NSF PECASE awardees were honored by family, friends, NSF Director Arden Bement, NSF Deputy Director Cora Marrett and other NSF officials the day before they visited the White House for an award ceremony with the President. Official photos at the White House will be posted when available.

Credit: National Science Foundation


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Photo of NSF-nominated PECASE awardees gathered to be honored at NSF.

NSF-nominated PECASE awardees along with family, friends and National Science Foundation's director, deputy director and staff, gathered to be honored at NSF the day before PECASE awardees were honored by President Obama at the White House. Official photos from the White House will be posted when available.

Credit: Steve Buenning, NSF


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