April 11, 2017
Congratulations to Mary King, an awardee of a 2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. The NSF GRFP supports approximately 2,000 students who are pursuing doctoral-level education in NSF-supported STEM disciplines. It awards an annual $34,000 stipend for three years as well as a $12,000 cost-of-education honorarium.
Mary conducted analytical research on American chestnut restoration in the Dr. Todd Mlsna and Dr. Richard Baird (Plant Pathology) labs for two years. Last summer she participated in a DOE internship at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory on characterizing metal clusters. She is currently the Vice President of the Chemistry department's undergraduate organization, SMACS. Mary will be pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Texas at Austin in the fall of 2017 where she plans on studying applied mass spectrometry.
For more information about the NSF GRFP and how to apply, visit https://www.nsfgrfp.org/.
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