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MSc Geology student Gracie Babineaux awarded the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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Congratulations to Gracie Babineaux on receiving a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!

Gracie is one of only two graduate students in Louisiana to win the five-year award, which includes three years of financial support toward a graduate degree.

Gracie is a Geology Master’s student in the School of Geosciences.
This fellowship will support her Ph.D., during which she will work on methane seepage research with Dr. Davide Oppo

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