UH Student Earns Top National Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship

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.

Excellent!!! Congrats Andrea!

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