Jenna Wise, a recent computer science and mathematics graduate, has been awarded a 2017 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. 2,000 STEM students nationwide were awarded out of a pool of more than 13,000 applicants.
The fellowship program recognizes students for their academic efforts while pursuing a research-based, graduate-level degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
Jenna’s name may sound familiar to many because of her strong presence here at YSU:
- Webmaster and former president of Pi Mu Epsilon
- President and former vice president of the Association for Computing Machinery–Women
- Tutor at the Mathematics Assistance Center
- Student researcher in the Software Engineering Research and Empirical Studies Laboratory (CSIS Department under Dr. Sharif)
- 2016 Barry Goldwater Scholarship recipient
- Author and co-author of several math and computer science publications
With many activities and accomplishments under her belt, Jenna has already compiled an impressive resume through all of her hard work.
She has worked on NSF-funded research in the past, including her eye-tracking research with Dr. Sharif which was also the basis of her senior project.
Jenna is spending her summer as an intern for IBM Research before attending Carnegie Mellon University for her PhD studies in the fall.
Check out this article from YSU News to read more about Jenna and her award.
View details about the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program here.