Brown University School of Engineering


Brown’s Butcher, Cowles, Liu Selected NSF Graduate Research Fellows

Amy Butcher ’17 (left) and Sarah Cowles ’17:

Brown School of Engineering’s Amy Butcher ’17, Sarah Cowles ’17, and Ph.D. student Helena Liu have each won a three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) fellowship in the Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Recent engineering graduates Nikki Driscoll ’16, Marielena Gamboa Castro '15, Cory Hargus ’14, Mehrdad Kiani ’15 and Jack Wilson ’16 were also honored this year with awards.

Countdown: NASA launch date for student space project nears

Lauren Haller and Roni Midyat look over a chassis for the Brown Space Engineering club's cubesat. Nick Dentamaro / Brown University:

In 2018, NASA will launch into orbit a small satellite designed and built by a team of Brown undergraduates over the past six years.

After a six-year journey to prepare for a space adventure, a team of Brown students is now just one year away from seeing an out-of-this-world dream become a reality.

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