Lucy Jiang, John Morris, Rajiv Movva, and Noam Ringach are among the 55 Cornell graduate students selected as 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) fellows. The computer science graduate students join Cornell’s community of over 200 current fellows.
The NSF offers approximately 2,000 fellowships per year to research-based master’s and doctoral students pursuing study in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines at accredited U.S. institutions. For the 2022 competition, the NSF received over 12,000 applications.
“We are incredibly proud of and excited about the number of successful Cornell NSF GRFP applicants,” said Holly Boulia, director of fellowships in the Graduate School. “In my time at Cornell, this is the largest class of new fellows I’ve seen in one year.”
As part of the five-year fellowship, students receive three years of financial support including an annual stipend of $34,000. Fellows’ institutions receive a cost of education allowance of $12,000.
Read more about the recipients and fellowship on the Graduate School website.
By Katya Hrichak for the Cornell Graduate School