4 ASU students awarded Goldwater Scholarship for excellence in STEM research
Fulton Schools electrical engineering student Jasmin Falconer (top left in photo) and mechanical engineering student Katie Pascavis (bottom left) are two of the four outstanding ASU undergraduates recently selected as 2022 Goldwater Scholars. The Goldwater Scholarship is the most prestigious the United States for undergraduate researchers in the natural sciences, engineering and mathematics. The scholarship program is among efforts to ensure the nation produces leading scientists and engineers. Falconer plans to earn a doctoral degree in electrical engineering and work in a national laboratory on research related to electromagnetics and radio-frequency engineering. Pascavis wants to develop water purification and reclamation technologies to increase access to potable water, especially for people in low-income countries. Pascavis is also one of four students nominated for a Udall Undergraduate Scholarship , a fellowship for students who demonstrate leadership, public service and commitment to issues involving Native American nations or to the environment.
See Also: Four ASU Students Awarded In Nationwide STEM Scholarship, The State Press, April 14