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Press Release 13-064
2013 Graduate Research Fellowships Reflect a Diversity of Fields, Institutions and Students

Women receive 55 percent of awards this year, their highest ever; 28 fellowships went to veterans

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Graduate Research Fellow is shown with community members in Tanzania

Graduate Research Fellow Alex Moseson (pictured at left), along with Drexel undergraduate Joshua Raizman, artisans, and community members, display their bicycle-powered wood-turning lathe in Olasiti, Tanzania.

Credit: Alexander J. Moseson, Drexel University


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GRF scuba diving

NSF Graduate Research Fellow Mark A. Albins observing an invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish in a Bahamian sea-grass bed.

Credit: photo by T. Pusack


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GRF Meredith Barrett with lemur

GRF Meredith Barrett evaluates the health of lemur species in Madagascar, and also attempts, in collaboration, to determine Microcebus species delimitations.

Credit: Meredith A. Barrett, Duke University


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Through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program, NSF invests in students with demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering.

Credit: National Science Foundation; Photo of Dr. Felsenfeld with President Truman courtesy of Society for Science and the Public

 



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