NSF Graduate Research Fellowship applications earn honorable mentions

Students and alumni of Ripon College have received honorable mentions for their National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship applications:

  • Jordan Buhle ’15 of Milton, Wisconsin, is studying chemistry-chemical catalysis at Ripon College.
  • Michael Enright ’14 of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, is studying macromolecular and supramolecular chemistry and nanochemistry at the University of Washington.
  • Elizabeth M. Walsh ’14 of College Station, Texas, is studying life sciences–ecology at Texas A&M University.
  • Buhle also had a communication published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society from her work during the summer of 2014 with Dr. Steve Kass at the University of Minnesota.


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