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2010 NSF Graduate Research Fellows

Each year, the National Science Foundation awards graduate research fellowships to outstanding students who have the potential to make significant contributions to research, teaching, and innovations in science and engineering. Eight Lewis & Clark alumni received NSF Graduate Research Fellowships in 2010. Congratulations to these recipients:

Andrea Bailey B.A. ’05 (biology), studying animal behavior at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Claire Fassio B.A. ’09 (biochemistry and molecular biology), studying cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley

Katie Holzer B.A. ’08 (biology), studying ecology at the University of California, Davis

Conor Jacobs B.A. ’09 (biochemistry and molecular biology), studying neuroscience at Stanford University

Charles Morgan B.A. ’08 (biochemistry and molecular biology), studying chemical biology at the University of California, San Francisco

Benjamin Ross B.A. ’05 (biochemistry and molecular biology), studying evolutionary biology at the University of Washington

Amelia Still B.A. ’03 (biochemistry and molecular biology), studying biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

Marjorie Weber B.A. ’07 (biology), studying ecology at Cornell University

Fellows receive three years of support for graduate education, including an annual stipend of $30,000, a $10,500 allowance for tuition and fees, and a one-time, $1,000 international travel allowance. They have the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited U.S. or foreign institution of graduate education.

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