In April 2012, Mareena Robinson was one of five students awarded the prestigious Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (SSGF), which is sponsored by DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration. Robinson is a first year doctoral student in the department of Nuclear Science and Engineering, with a focus on nuclear security. She is also a former participant in the MIT Summer Research Program. This fellowship program provides four-years of outstanding benefits and opportunities to students pursuing a PhD in areas of interest to stewardship science. “The holistic focus on developing students into skilled and insightful researchers in the area of stewardship science is what initially intrigued me about this fellowship.” said Robinson. “My goal in my graduate and broader professional career is to continue to advance my technical and political intuition through diverse experiences.” Read more about Robinson in MIT NSE News.
Robinson wins prestigious Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship
May 3, 2012