Three graduates from SpectrumX Member Institutions will pursue graduate studies in field
Embodying SpectrumX’s mission of fostering a broad spectrum community, three former undergraduate students at SpectrumX Member Institutions are now pursuing spectrum-related graduate degrees. All three have chosen a different institution for their graduate studies, with all institutions involved in the Center. SpectrumX, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Spectrum Innovation Center, has a mission to pursue interdisciplinary research, education, and workforce development, collaboration, and policy outreach. The Center is partnered with 27 universities, and 41 researchers and staff.
Congratulations, and “welcome back” to:
A.J. Cuddeback – Completed undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia, now beginning graduate studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Alexander Iyabor – Completed undergraduate studies at Stanford University, now beginning graduate studies at the University of California – Berkeley.
Anargyros Kriezis – Completed undergraduate studies at Olin College of Engineering, now beginning studies at Stanford University with co-advising and mentorship from Olin College as well.
SpectrumX is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of its Spectrum Innovation Initiative, under grant number AST 21-32700. SpectrumX is the world’s largest academic hub where all radio spectrum stakeholders can innovate, collaborate, and contribute to maximizing social welfare of this precious resource.
To learn more about SpectrumX, please visit spectrumx.org.
Christina Clark, Research Communications Specialist
SpectrumX / Notre Dame Research / University of Notre Dame
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