MAE student Rachel Gray selected for the Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarship

April 23, 2018

Congratulations to MAE sophomore Rachel Gray who was selected to receive the Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarship. The scholarship is part of a $300,000 grant that the Clare Boothe Luce Program recently awarded SEAS to support an undergraduate research program that will enable undergraduate female SEAS students to pursue research with guidance from faculty mentors, hone their professional skills, and establish themselves as university leaders.

Rachel was selected for the scholarship based on her outstanding academic record and clear and thoughtful research proposal. Rachel’s research proposal is titled “Magnesium Silicide Analysis for Additive Manufacturing by Selective Laser Melting.”  She will work on this with her faculty mentor, Dr. Saniya LeBlanc.

These GW Today articles provide more information about Rachel and the other scholars and the Clare Boothe Luce scholarship award.