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Graduate Biology Student Awarded NSF Fellowship


SUMMARY: Phoebe Cook was awarded this prestigious honor for her project proposing research on a novel explanation for rapid coevolution and her commitment to making science more inclusive.

Phoebe Cook catching damselflies

The NSF's Graduate Research Fellowship Program is highly competitive and gives awards to rising scientists who demonstrate the ability to contribute novel and meaningful research to the field as well as to enhance the scientific community through outreach.

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Published: Friday, June 2, 2017

Last Updated: Friday, June 2, 2017

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