Roland Oruche and Alaina Wilson selected for National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

May 13, 2021

Two University of Missouri students were recently selected for the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The highly selective fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines. The multiyear award is a full scholarship that pays for graduate school tuition and fees and a living stipend. Additionally, four Mizzou students received honorable mentions for the award.

Award recipients:
  • Roland Oruche, College of Engineering
  • Alaina Wilson, College of Human and Environmental Sciences
Students who received honorable mentions:
  • Victoria Allen, College of Arts and Science
  • Jaired Collins, College of Engineering
  • Megan Edwards, College of Arts and Science
  • Dominique Joseph, College of Arts and Science

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