NSF GRFP Recipients

The following is a list of students who attended CSU Channel Islands as undergraduates and either receied an hoonorable mention for or were offered a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

(This information was gathered from the NSF’s GRFP award page.  Some awardees opt not to have their identities shared in this manner, so out list may be incomplete.)

2007

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2008

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2009

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2010

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2011

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2012

Offered GRFP — Danika Gray Lindsay.  Mathematical Sciences – Algebra, Number Theory, and Combinatorics. Brown University.

Offered GRFP — Cassidy C. Adlof.  Life Sciences – Ecology.  California State University-Northridge.

Honorable mention — Ashley Rebecca Bonneau.   Life Sciences – Genetics Yale University.

2013

None offered.

Honorable mention — Ashley Rebecca Bonneau.  Life Sciences – Genetics. Yale University.

2014

None offered.

Honorable mention — Aurora Lee Ginzburg.  Chemistry – Chemical Synthesis California State University Channel Islands. [See 2015]

2015

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2016

Offered GRFP — Aurora Lee Ginzburg.  Chemistry – Macromolecular, Supramolecular, and Nanochemistry.   University of Oregon Eugene.

Honorable mention — Jessica Taylor Cortez.  Life Sciences – Physiology. University of California-San Francisco. [See 2017]

2017

Offered GRFP — Jessica Taylor Cortez.  Life Sciences – Physiology.  University of California-San Francisco.

Offered GRFP — Jose Omar Castellon.  Life Sciences – Biochemistry.  California State University-Los Angeles.

2018

None offered.

No honorable mentions.

2019

None offered.

Honorable Mention — Stephanie Soriano.  Life Sciences – Neurosciences. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.