Rehab Robotics Students Awarded NSF Fellowships

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NSFLogo_color_FThree doctoral students from the Rehabilitation Robotics group were recently awarded Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The fellowships include an annual stipend and cover the students’ tuition/fees while allowing the students to perform their own research at any accredited graduate program of their choice. 17,600 students applied for fellowships this year, with the NSF making 2,000 award offers. The students from the Rehab Robotics group who were awarded fellowships are:

Kim Ingraham (Mechanical Engineering)
Chrono Nu (Biomedical Engineering)
Peter Washabaugh (Biomedical Engineering)

Additionally, three other students received Honorable Mentions from the NSF:

Kaitlin Cassady (Psychology-Cognitive Neuroscience)
Katherine Cooke (Neuroscience)
Krista Kernodle (Neuroscience)

Congratulations to all of this year’s recipients! 

To read more about the NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, please visit their website.