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School of Computing graduate student receives NSF Fellowship award

Toni BloodworthSchool of Computing graduate student, Toni Bloodworth, received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award Tuesday April 5, 2011.

According to the NSF, applicants must be undergraduate seniors or first or second year graduate students “pursuing a research-based master's or doctoral degree at an accredited US institution in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields supported by NSF.” 2,000 students received awards from a pool of 17,000 applicants.

The NSF selected award recipients based upon intellectual merit and activities or projects involving broader impacts than individual education goals. The fellowship provides recipients with three years of tuition payments as well as a yearly $30,000 stipend.

Clemson’s School of Computing would like to congratulate Ms. Bloodworth on her accomplishments and outstanding work at Clemson to date and are excited to be a part of her research, science, and discovery in the years to come.

Author: Jo Anna Eason

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