Southern Miss students earn NSF research fellowship recognition | Schools
The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program has honored two University of Southern Mississippi students, providing one with funding for graduate study and another with recognition of her outstanding academic achievements.
Emily Hoff of Gulfport, a doctoral student in the College of Science and Technology’s School of Polymers and High Performance Materials; and Christina Perazio of Tannersville, Pa., a master’s student in the College of Education and Psychology’s Department of Psychology, were selected as a Fellow and for Honorable Mention recognition, respectively.
“I'm honored and grateful to be among the recipients, and excited about the possibilities the award represents. I believe it will challenge me to be an even better scientist," said Hoff, who wants to pursue a career in academic research as a university professor after graduate school.
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