Ten out of twenty-four University of Florida students that received National Science Fellowships for 2010 are from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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National Science Foundation Fellowships Announced

Ten out of twenty-four University of Florida students that received National Science Fellowships for 2010 are from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Five biology students have received National Science Foundation Fellowships, the most ever received in the department in a given academic year.

In addition to a $30,000 annual stipend, the fellowship awards a $10,500 cost-of-education allowance, a one-time international travel allowance, and access to a TeraGrid Supercomputer.

The biology students are:

PhD student James Nifong received an honorable mention from the National Science Foundation for his research proposal on the food-web ecology of apex consumers.

Several other students in the college also received National Science Fellowships:

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Jeff Stevens, CLAS Communications and Outreach, jstevens@ufl.edu, 352-846-2032

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