Ph.D. student Tayler Hedtke was recognized by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program with an Honorable Mention for her outstanding commitment to research and outreach. Tayler is a first year student co-advised by Prof. Elimelech and Prof. Kim. She is currently working on the development of catalytic membrane to perform advanced oxidation for water treatment.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) is one of the most prestigious fellowships supporting graduate students in STEM fields. GRFP recognizes and supports students with outstanding performance in their research fields, many of those recipients achieved high levels of success in their academic and professional careers.
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