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NERS students receive DOE and NSF fellowships

Several NERS students received multiple highly competitive graduate fellowships | Short Read

The Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
routinely attracts some of the most talented students in the nation
into our Ph.D. program. This was again demonstrated this year, when
several of our students received multiple highly competitive graduate
fellowships.

Three of the NERS students, including Tingshiuan Wu and Lauren Finney,
received the DOE-Nuclear Energy Integrated University Program
fellowships. In addition, two of the NERS students, Lauren Finney and
Michael Hua received the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
– out of only three such fellowships given to nuclear engineering
students in the entire nation.

Portrait of Jennifer Melms

Contact

Jennifer Melms
Administrative Assistant

Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

(734) 764-4260

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A render of PSP approaching the sun

Solving the sun’s super-heating mystery with Parker Solar Probe

Probe will go where no spacecraft has gone and measure a process never directly observed before. | Medium Read