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Three Biology Undergraduates Recognized by National Science Foundation

April 8, 2013

A banner year for the Division of Biological Sciences Undergraduate Honors Program, with three of our graduating seniors recognized in the very selective and prestigious competition for National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Jordan Bartlebaugh (mentor Dr. David Setzer) and Katelyn Benthall (mentor Dr. Andy McClellan) were  awarded three-year National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Another graduating senior, Michelle Tang (mentor J. Chris Pires), was also awarded HONORABLE MENTION in the competition.

These students have been recognized by the National Science Foundation for their brilliant undergraduate records and their promise in contributing to the future of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the U.S.

Jordan using a pipette in the lab.

Jordan Bartlebaugh was awarded a three-year graduate research fellowship from the NSF.

Katelyn Benthall

Katelyn Benthall was awarded a three-year graduate research fellowship from the NSF.

Michelle Tang was awarded an honorable mention by the NSF.

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Awards, Undergraduate Studies