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Honors Program at Clarkson University

NSF GRFP Awards 

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002

2014

Eleanor Vane '14, Biomolecular Sciences (Honors) 

Alex Landauer '14, Mechanical Engineering (Honors)(Honorable Mention)

Sydney Laramie '13, Chemical Engineering (Honors). PhD in Chemical Engineering at Michigan State University.

Timothy Kopp ’12, Computer Engineering/Computer Science, PhD University of Rochester (Honorable Mention).

2013

Mark Julian ’12, Chemical Engineering (Honors). PhD in Chemical Engineering at RPI.

Kathleen Lewicki ’12, Mechanical Engineering (Honors), PhD Biomedical Engineering at Dartmouth.

Kyle Perline ’12, Mechanical Engineering/Aeronautical Engineering/Math/Physics (Honors).  PhD Applied Math at Cornell.

Kenneth Yancey ’11, Chemistry (Honors) and MS Chemistry ’12, PhD in Biological and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University.

Andrew Doyle ’12, Physics, Chemical Engineering (Honors), Stanford University (Honorable Mention).

Timothy Kopp ’12, Computer Engineering/Computer Science, PhD University of Rochester (Honorable Mention).

2012

Eleanor Deram ’10, Applied Math & Statistics/History(Honors), PhD in Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Texas Austin (Honorable Mention).

2011

Maria Lang ’11, Aeronautical Engineering (Honors), PhD in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. 

Eleanor Davis, ’10, Applied Math & Statistics/History (Honors), PhD in Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Texas Austin (Honorable Mention).

Andrew Davis, ’10 Math (Honors) MS in Computation for Design and Optimization, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Honorable Mention).

2010

Brent Pomeroy’10, Aeronautical Engineering (Honors), MS Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Ryan Watkins ’09, Aeronautical Engineering (Honors), PhD in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.

Andrew Davis ’10, Math (Honors) MS in Computation for Design and Optimization, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Honorable Mention).

Eleanor Davis ’10, Applied Math & Statistics/History (Honors), PhD in Computational Science, Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Texas Austin (Honorable Mention).

2009

Samuel Gorton’07, Chemical Engineering (Honors), PhD in Applied Agro-Industrial Ecology at the University of Vermont.

Sean Moore’07, Mechanical Engineering (Honors), MS in Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University.

Sayuri Yapa ’09, Mechanical Engineering (Honors), PhD Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.

2008

Samuel Gorton’07, Chemical Engineering (Honors), PhD in Applied Agro-Industrial Ecology at the University of Vermont (Honorable Mention).

2006

Chase Gerbig’07, Civil Enginering (Honors), PhD in Civil, Environment, and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder (Honorable Mention)

2005

Nadeeka Yapa’05, Electrical Engineering (Honors), MS Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Mark Rector’05, Mechanical Engineering (Honors), MS Mechanical Engineering at Clarkson University (Honorable Mention)

2004

Kirsten Griffiths’03, Chemistry (Honors), PhD Chemistry, University of California at Lost Angeles

Jeffrey Baumes ’01, Computer Science/Math (Honors), PhD Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Honorable Mention) 

Matthew Whelan’04, Civil Engineering (Honors), PhD Mechanical Engineering at University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Honorable Mention)

2003

Jeffrey Baumes’01, Computer Science/Math (Honors), PhD Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Honorable Mention) 

Michele Gauger’01, Chemistry (Honors), PhD Biochemistry at the University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill (Honorable Mention) 

Kirsten Griffiths’03, Chemistry (Honors), PhD Chemistry, University of California at Lost Angeles (Honorable Mention)

Thomas Hooper’03, Mechanical Engineering (Honors), Knolls Atomic Power Labs (Honorable Mention)

2002

Beth Lachut ’01, Chemical Engineering (Honors), MS Material Science & Applied Physics California Institute of Technology (Honorable Mention)