Ahmed Atya: Samsung, CA. Summer 2013 & NEC Laboratories America Inc. Winter 2014
Md. Azim: Microsoft. Summer 2015
Brian Crites: National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. Summer 2015
Ioannis Gasparis: DOCOMO Innovations. Spring- Summer 2014 & Fall 2014-Winter 2015
Mengyi Guo: Dese Enterprises. Winter 2014
Yuan Hao: LinkedIn. Fall 2013
Priyanka Khire: Intel. Fall 2014
Mohit Morarka: Intel Corporation, OR. Fall 2014
Kenneth O’Neal: Intel Corporation. Fall 2014
Ashwin Ramadevanahalli: Cisco Systems. Summer 2015
Anil Savaliya: Sears Holdings. Summer 2015
Aditya Tammewar: Qualcomm, CA. Summer 2014
Li Tan: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Summer 2014
Panruo Wu: Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Fall 2013
Zhigang Wu: Onescreen Inc. Summer-Fall 2013 & Onscree. Fall 2013
Jesin Zakaria: Teradata. Summer 2013
2013 NSF GRFP awardee Lujendra Ojha led a study that suggests there is liquid water on Mars.
A new study led by scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology provides the strongest evidence yet that there is intermittent flowing liquid water on modern Mars. Using instruments on board NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), researchers measured spectral signatures of hydrated minerals on slopes where mysterious, possibly water-related streaks are found on the red planet. These streaks, known as recurring slope lineae (RSL), form and snake down the planet’s steep slopes during warm seasons when temperatures exceed -10 degrees Fahrenheit (-23 degrees Celsius). They disappear at colder times during the Martian year.
The Graduate College at the University of Vermont was formally established in 1952, though the first graduate degree had been awarded in 1807. Today, UVM offers over 50 academic programs leading to a master's degree and over 20 programs leading to the doctorate. All graduate degrees are awarded by the Graduate College with the exception of the . degree, which is awarded by the College of Medicine . The Graduate College includes programs and degrees in the natural, physical and biological sciences, the social sciences, the humanities, and professional training. One of the notable features of a UVM graduate education is that many of our programs are interdisciplinary, cutting across several departments and areas of study. These interdisciplinary programs capitalize on the exceptional strengths of UVM faculty, especially in the biological and biomedical sciences as well as in environmental and ecological programs.