Monthly Archives: September 2014

Teri Juarez

SPOTLIGHT: Teri Juarez, NDSEG Fellow

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by Adam Feinman   Teri Juarez is working on her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. She’s working with Andrea Hodge on the development of lighter, stronger metals. She was awarded the Department of Defense’s NDSEG fellowship in 2013. She was kind enough to share her experiences and advice with us.

Get one-on-one review of your fellowship application!

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The graduate school is currently planning a number of faculty led proposal review clinics for PhD students who will be submitting applications this year for external fellowships. Students will submit a proposal draft to the graduate school. The draft will be read by a small group of faculty. Each student will then meet individually with […]

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SPOTLIGHT: Sean Culver and Carrie McCarthy, NSF Fellows

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by Adam Feinman Sean Culver and Carrie McCarthy are graduate students in Chemistry working with Richard Brutchey, developing and optimizing systems for energy conversion and storage. They are both recipients of the NSF GRFP award, and took some time to talk with me about their experiences. 

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SPOTLIGHT: Becky Wilson, NSF GRFP Fellow, on applying for fellowships

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by Adam Feinman Becky Wilson is a graduate student in Chemical Engineering who applied for and was awarded the NSF GRFP fellowship in the 2013-2014 school year. Her graduate advisor is Mark Thompson. The two of them are working on developing more efficient and longer-lasting solar energy cells. We asked her about her experiences applying […]