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Katelyn Goetz awarded NSF
Graduate Research Fellowship
Graduate student Katelyn Goetz won an National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for her proposal entitled "The Electronic Properties of Organic Charge Transfer Compounds". The 3 year fellowship comes with a $30,000 annual stipend and also covers student's tuition costs. This program recognizes and supports the research of nation's exceptional graduate students. According to the NSF webpage this year 2000 winners were selected from over 13,000 submitted applications.
Katelyn is conducting research in the Department of Physics under the guidance of Prof. Oana Jurchescu.