Dedman College Alumna Jewel Lipps Wins NSF Fellowship

Georgetown University

Originally Posted: May 15, 2018

Jewel Lipps, an alumna of the University Honors Program and the Dedman College Scholars Program has been awarded a prestigious graduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Jewel is pursuing a Ph.D. in Biology at Georgetown University.  The award will provide a $34,000 stipend and $12,000 cost-of-education allowance for the next three years.

In reflecting upon her undergraduate experience at SMU, she shared these comments. “Much of what made my application successful is because of what I learned in undergrad and the opportunities that I had at SMU. I’ve had a lot of practice and mentorship in fellowship applications thanks to Dr. Hugley-Cook, and it was the Dedman Scholars / UHP that put me on this path to begin with.”

The article from Georgetown University announcing her award can be accessed at:  https://college.georgetown.edu/collegenews/psychology-graduate-students-win-nsf-fellowships

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