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Eight entering engineering graduate students have received research fellowships from the National Science Foundation.
They are Francis Afzal (Truman State University), electrical engineering; Sean Bedingfield (Utah State University), biomedical engineering; Carcia Carson (Fisk-Vanderbilt Bridge Program), biomedical engineering; Reid William D’Amico (Duke University), biomedical engineering; Christian Thomas Meyer (Colorado State University), biomedical engineering; Peter Orme (Harvey Mudd College), mechanical engineering; and Patrick Wellborn (Washington and Lee University), mechanical engineering.
Two Vanderbilt engineering undergraduate students who also received NSF fellowships are pursuing their graduate studies elsewhere. They are Kimberly Ingraham, mechanical engineering, University of Michigan; and Laura Mast, environmental engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Brenda Ellis, (615) 343-6314
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