Nathan Wagner has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. These NSF fellowships provide a stipend for financial support for three years, over a five-year fellowship period. Competition for these awards is fierce, and quoting from the award, "selection as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow is a significant national accomplishment." Nathan joined our Ph.D. in Mathematics program in Fall 2017 and is working in analysis, supervised by Prof. Brett Wick.
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