Grad Student Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

    Date Posted: 
    Thursday, April 24, 2014

    Ph.D. student Jessica Doehrmann is one of UA's 22 newly selected National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows. This competitive program recognizes top STEM students in their senior undergraduate year or first or second year of graduate study.

    Jessica has received much previous recognition for her research; in 2013-2014, she won of two high-level OSC awards: the Dean's Funds for Excellence Scholarship and the prestigious Willis E. Lamb Jr. Endowed Scholarship.