Eleven Notre Dame Engineering students and graduates received National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships, and one student was recognized with an Honorable Mention.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, the oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, recognizes and supports outstanding students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited U.S. institutions.
Students apply for the highly competitive fellowships while they are undergraduates or in their first or second year of graduate school. This year, a total of 22 Notre Dame students and alumni earned NSF fellowships, and 10 earned honorable mentions.
2021 ND Engineering Awardees
Jeffrey Berning, mechanical engineering
Amanda Brown, chemical engineering
Kiera Dwyer, biomedical engineering
Mia Hoffman, mechanical engineering
Ethan LoCicero, mechanical engineering
Theodore MacMillan, mechanical engineering
Siena Mantooth, biomedical engineering
Cara Ravasio, biomedical engineering
Virginia Rodriguez, geosciences
Catalina Vajiac, computational science and engineering
Manuel Vejar, geosciences
Jonathan Aubuchon Ouimet, chemical engineering, received an Honorable Mention.
— Notre Dame College of Engineering