SMU News – Ph.D. students Juliana Antonio, in the Department of Chemistry, and Alexa Hassien in the Department of Statistical, received the highly competitive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF-GRFP). The NSF-GRFP is committed to ensuring the quality, vitality, and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the U.S. This fellowship provides three years of financial support inclusive of a $37,000 stipend. Both students worked with the Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards in Moody School of Graduate and Advanced Studies to prepare their applications. Faculty and graduate students can reach out to Dr. Rachel Ball-Phillips to learn more about the NSF-GRFP application process.