UH Student Earns Top National Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship


(Patrick) #1

The fellowship, which is the highest honor awarded to graduate students by the Department of Defense, covers full tuition, research expenses and mandatory fees for three years. Fellows receive a monthly stipend of $3,200, up to $1200 annually for health insurance coverage, and up to two trips all expenses paid – based on the government travel policy – per year for training and/or conferences that support their educational initiatives.

Albright’s Ph.D. work focuses on studying geosensing systems for application to earth science, specializing in using LiDAR – the leading technology of light detection and ranging – to study morphology and wave processes in the nearshore environment.


(WRB) #2

Excellent!!! Congrats Andrea!