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School of Engineering

Graduate Fellows

Tufts School of Engineering's Fellows program is intended to recognize and recruit the best incoming doctoral students by providing a supplemental stipend for the first two years of the student's program of study. The goal of the award is to augment the student's aid package so that financial considerations do not stand in their way of choosing to pursue their degrees at Tufts.

2016 Fellows

Linda M. Abriola Graduate Fellow

The Abriola Fellowship recognizes promising graduate applicants to Tufts School of Engineering who are interested in research in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Amanda Parry, Civil and environmental engineering Ph.D. candidate

John and Dorothy M. Adams Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellow

The Adams Fellowship targets extraordinary students who apply to Tufts School of Engineering graduate programs in strategic interdisciplinary research areas.

Elliot Taylor, Chemical engineering Ph.D. candidate Elliot Taylor, Chemical engineering Ph.D. candidate

Stern Graduate Fellow

The Stern Family Fellowship recognizes outstanding scholarship and research aptitude in the field of biomedical sciences and engineering.

Demetra Sklaviadis, Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate Demetra Sklaviadis, Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate

Provost Fellow

The university's Provost's office annually awards scholarships to outstanding doctoral candidates.

Emily Carlson, Electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate, Provost Fellow Emily Carlson, Electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate
Dylan Cashman, Computer science Ph.D. candidate, Provost Fellow Dylan Cashman, Computer science Ph.D. candidate
Fabio De Ferrari, Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate, Provost Fellow Fabio De Ferrari, Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate
Michael Stehnach, Mechanical engineering Ph.D. candidate and Provost Fellow Michael Stehnach, Mechanical engineering Ph.D. candidate
  Sophia Szymkowiak, Biomedical engineering Ph.D. candidate