National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program
This morning I received an email from the National Science Foundation (NSF) awarding me a Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship.
The fellowship will be used to further my exploration of domestic technologies and family communication with in post-divorce families. It will build on the work I have done with my capstone and include cross-cultural studies. The fellowship will begin this summer and include 3 years of funding, totaling approximately $90,000.
I am so excited and grateful for this opportunity. A big thanks to my wonderful advisor, Dr. Shaowen Bardzell, for all of her help and support . Also thanks to Dr. Jeffery Bardzell, Dr. Eli Blevis, Dr. Erik Stolterman, Dr. Marty Siegel, my family, and my friends (especially CJ Page) who gave me coffee and moral support while writing the application.
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