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Press Release 14-055
Early Career Scientists and Engineers receive highest honor from the White House

Twenty NSF-funded scientists recognized for strengthening America's scientific enterprise

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President Obama talks with PECASE recipients at the White House.

President Barack Obama talks with the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) recipients in the East Room of the White House, April 14, 2014.

Credit: Pete Souza, Official White House Photo


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NSF Director France Cordova and Deputy Director Cora Marrett met with 2014 PECASE awardees at NSF.

NSF Director France Córdova and Deputy Director Cora Marrett meet with 2104 PECASE awardees at NSF before they head over to meet President Obama at the White House.

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NSF Director France Cordova addresses 2014 PECASE awardees at a gathering at NSF.

NSF Director France Córdova addresses 2014 PECASE awardees at a gathering at the National Science Foundation. Earlier in the day, she presented medals to NSF-funded awardees. After this reception, awardees were off to the White House to meet with President Obama.

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2014 PECASE awardee Jeffrey Karpicke meets with NSF's EHR Assistant Director Joan Ferrini-Mundy.

NSF Education and Human Resources Assistant Director Joan Ferrini-Mundy meets with 2014 PECASE awardee Jeffrey D. Karpicke of Purdue University. Karpicke was nominated by both the Department of Education and the National Science Foundation, Education and Human Resources Directorate.

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PECASE awardees with CISE's Farnam Jahanian and Suzi Iaconno

2014 PECASE awardees received CAREER Awards from NSF's Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate. Here they are between CISE Assistant Director Farnam Jahanian (left) and Deputy Assistant Director Suzi Iaconno (right), Daniela Oliveira of Bowdoin College, Benjamin Recht of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jonathan Pillow of the University of Texas at Austin, and Noah Snavely of Cornell University (from left to right).

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