Audrey Wang selected as an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Recipient

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One of the group's undergraduate students, Audrey Wang, has won an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! The NSF GRFP is known as the gold-standard for STEM fellowships in the US, and Audrey believes that winning the award reflects highly not only on her own work and potential but also on the research and knowledge of the laboratories in which she has 'grown up' (the CCIC and the Yao Research Group). Audrey has decided to decline the award in order to explore different fields within ABB, a company that works in the robotics, industrial automation, power transmission and distribution, and sustainable technology spaces.


More about the story can be found here: https://www.egr.uh.edu/news/201904/uh-students-and-alumni-earn-prestigious-nsf-graduate-research-fellowships