Princeton University

School of Engineering & Applied Science

NSF names grads to research-funding program

April 10, 2019

Five students from electrical engineering have been named to the Graduate Research Fellowship Program, an award from the National Science Foundation that helps fund those students' education and research for three years.

The fellowship is the oldest active program at NSF, having funded more than 50,000 young scientists since 1952. The 2019 class consisted of 2,050 awardees, including 53 students from Princeton.

The list of recipients from this department includes two recent graduates, one current undergraduate, and one current graduate student. They are:

Michael Danielczuk '17, currently a graduate student at UC-Berkeley,

Kathleen Feng '18, currently a graduate student at Stanford.

Sara Fridovich-Keil '18, currently a graduate student at UC-Berkeley,

W. Brady Gunnarsson, currently a graduate student in this department,

Sam Hsia, a senior, who will enter graduate school next year at Harvard University.