Graduate Student Awards and Honors

  • Barton, Jennifer.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
    • Rensselaer Graduate Fellowship.
  • Blanchette, Jean-Francois. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "'Dematerializing' written proof: French evidence law, cryptography, and the global politics of authenticity."
  • Dasgupta, Shib Shankar. Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
  • Dotson, Taylor. 2010 Rensselaer Graduate Fellowship.
  • Farkas, Nicole. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Science Shops in the Netherlands."
  • Feng, Patrick. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Global Standards, Local Cultures: The Politics of Standard-Setting on the World Wide Web."
  • Ferguson, Sean. Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
  • Fisher, Jill. Awarded a three-year dissertation research fellowship from the National Institutes of Health for "Informed Consent in Private Sector Mental Health Research."
  • Fisk, Nathan.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
    • NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant.
  • Fleischmann, Ken. Three-year NSF pre-dissertation fellowship and NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Designing from Below: Embedding Knowledge and Values in Educational Simulations."
  • Francisco, Matt. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant.
  • Fricke, Art. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Organizational Improvement in SETI, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence."
  • Howard, Jeff. Environmental Protection Agency, Star Fellowship NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Toward intelligent, democratic steering of chemical technologies: evaluating industrial chlorine chemistry as environmental trial and error."
  • Khandekar, Aalok.
    • NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Understanding (Indian) Technomigration: Experiences and Structural Conditions."
    • RPI Founder's Award, 2009.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship, 2007-9.
  • Lamprou, Anna.
    • Chemical Heritage Foundation Fellowship, Center of Environmental History and Policy, 2009.
    • Council of Women World Leaders - Fellowship in Environmental Studies.
    • Founders Award of Excellence, 2010.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
    • NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant, September 2010 - August 2011.
  • Lettis, Natasha. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "The Political Internet in Ireland."
  • Lyons, Jessica. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for "Enviroculturalism: Savage Disobedience on the High Seas."
  • Mitchell, Ross. Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
  • Mitu, Khadija.
    • Fulbright Fellowship 2007-8.
    • International Peace Scholarship 2010-11.
    • Rensselaer Founder's Award of Excellence, 2011
  • O'Donnell, Casey. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant.
  • Patton, Jason. National Science Foundation, Dissertation Improvement Grant, Science & Technology Studies, for "Design for a Pluralistic City: Multimodal Transportation in Oakland, California." 2001-2002.
  • Sabanovic, Selma. NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant.
  • Saheb, Tahereh. Council of Women World Leaders - Fellowship in Environmental Studies.
  • Valdiya, Shailaja.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship.
    • Rensselaer Graduate Fellowship.
    • RPI Founders Award of Excellence, 2009.
  • Varma, Roli. NSF post-doctoral grant for "Industrial Scientists: New Challenges with Restructuring."
  • Williams, Logan.
    • Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Fellowship. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
    • Boren Fellowship. (Alternates List) U.S. National Security Education Program. 2011
    • Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Fellowship. U. S. State Department. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Affiliated with the American Institute of Indian Studies. 2011-2012
    • Environmental Graduate Fellowship. Council of Women World Leaders. Aspen Institute, Washington D.C
    • RPI Founders Award of Excellence, 2010.
    • Best Presentation Award for Session III Panel B: Issues in Health and Biosciences I. 2010 Innovating The Future: Critical Perspectives in Science and Technology, ST Global Consortium, AAAS and NAS, Washington, D.C.
    • Junior Fellowship. American Institute of Indian Studies, 2010 (Alternates List).
    • Carl Storm Underrepresented Minority Fellowship Gordon Research Conferences. Science and Technology Policy, 2010.
    • Open World Fellowship, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Rensselaer Center for Open Software (RCOS) for the Buy Local Open Source project, 2008, with Dr. Ron Eglash.