Notre Dame engineers awarded 2024 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

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Four Notre Dame Engineering students and recent graduates have been awarded 2024 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships and five have received an honorable mention.

The fellowship program supports outstanding students (undergraduate and graduate) pursuing full-time research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or in STEM education.

2024 NSF Graduate Research Fellows from Notre Dame Engineering are:

  • Dominique Gramm, bioengineering (CBE graduate student)
  • Jack Kalicak, mechanical engineering (AME)
  • Erin Neu ’22, biomedical engineering (CBE)
  • Fiona Neylon ’22, mechanical engineering (AME)

Students who received honorable mentions are:

  • Nick Crnkovich ‘22, nuclear engineering (AME)
  • Menglin Jiang, environmental engineering (CEEES graduate student)
  • Quinn Mackay, chemical oceanography (CEEES)
  • Jonathan Tittle, mechanical engineering (AME)
  • Jessica Wysocki, nuclear engineering (AME)

Congratulations, students!

— Karla Cruise, Notre Dame Engineering