CSU students receive fellowships from National Science Foundation

Record Number of CSU Students Earn Graduate Research Fellowships from National Science Foundation

In recognition of their outstanding academic achievements, over 20 Colorado State University students have been honored by the National Science Foundation through its Graduate Research Fellowship Program. This prestigious STEM fellowship program in the country has selected seven current CSU students and one alumnus for the fellowship.

The five-year program offers financial support for three years, with an annual stipend of $37,000 and a cost-of-education allowance of $12,000 to the institution. Since 2016, CSU students have received a total of 59 Graduate Research Fellowships from the NSF.

In addition to the fellowship recipients, 12 students and three alumni were granted NSF Graduate Research Honorable Mentions. This program, established 72 years ago, aims to enhance the quality, vitality, and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States.

The CSU Graduate School, the Office for Scholarship and Fellowship Advising, and the Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry played vital roles in the application process. Colleen Webb, vice provost for graduate affairs and dean, expressed her pride in the students who applied for this award. She emphasized that the number of CSU graduate students receiving this prestigious honor reflects the significant contributions of graduate students to the university’s research excellence.

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