UNT student named NSF graduate fellow

Jennifer Williams (Photo by Gary Payne)Jennifer Williams (’11), a first-year engineering graduate student, has earned a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to conduct research in engineering. Williams earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, magna cum laude, with a minor in mathematics at UNT. She is the first College of Engineering student and the seventh UNT student overall to be named an NSF Graduate Research Fellow. Williams will receive up to $42,000 annually for three years along with international research and professional opportunities.

She plans to continue her research with a focus on environmental monitoring systems and sustainable design. She also is interested in pursuing studies in sustainable ranching and sustainable agriculture.

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