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2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships include 19 Students Studying Statistics

By Steve Pierson posted 10-03-2019 10:02

  

The 2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF) include 19 statistics and biostatistics students. Congratulations to these 2019 recipients!

Name Baccalaureate Institution Field of Study Current Institution
Bernstein, Olivia Marie Biola University Statistics University of California-Irvine
Brumberg, Katherine Yale University Biostatistics Yale University
Diaz, Destiny SUNY at Buffalo Biostatistics SUNY at Buffalo
Kahmann, Sydney Noelle University of California-Los Angeles Statistics University of California-Los Angeles
Ki, Caleb Amherst College Statistics University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Lee, Jaylen Michael James Madison University Statistics University of California-Irvine
Lim, Hyun Jae HARVARD COLLEGE Statistics UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
McGrath, Sean McGill University Biostatistics
Robinson, Sarah University of Georgia Biostatistics William Marsh Rice University
Rosin, Samuel Paul HARVARD COLLEGE Biostatistics University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Rowland, Bryce Tyler Centre College of Kentucky Biostatistics University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ruiz, Gabriel University of California-Riverside Statistics University of California-Los Angeles
Squires, Chandler Massachusetts Institute of Technology Statistics Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stacy, Stephanie Eu-Tien Williams College Statistics University of California-Los Angeles
Stromme, Austin James UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Statistics Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tang, Tiffany William Marsh Rice University Statistics UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
Yarger, Andrew Saint Olaf College Statistics University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Yu, Michelle College of the Holy Cross Statistics UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
Zito, John Cameron Kenyon College Statistics


Five other data-related fellowships were awarded by the NSF Mathematical and Physical Sciences directorate:

Name Baccalaureate Institution Field of Study Current Institution
Gilpin, Shay University of California-Santa Cruz Computational and Data-enabled Science University of Colorado at Boulder
Mazaheri, Bijan Henrik Williams College Computational and Data-enabled Science California Institute of Technology
Richman, Daniel David Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computational and Data-enabled Science
Robinett, Ryan Allen Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computational and Data-enabled Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stanley, Zofia Brown University Computational and Data-enabled Science University of Colorado at Boulder
Zhang, David Kai Vanderbilt University Computational and Data-enabled Science Vanderbilt University

 

For the 2018 winners, see this blog entry: 2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships include 16 Students Studying Statistics. For the 2017 winners, see this blog entry: 12 Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships for Statistics. For the 2016 winners, see this blog entry: 19 Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships for Statistics; Up from 12 in 2015. For the 2015 winners, see this blog entry: 12 Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships for Statistics. For the 2014 winners, see this blog entry: 11 Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships for Statistics.

For information on applying for the Graduate Research Fellowship and to see Q&A's with past winners, see these articles

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