Dongjin Jung received an Academic Excellence Scholarship from the Electrical Engineering Department, Texas A&M (2007).
Chulmin Han received a Scholarship from the Texas A&M Department of EE (2005).
Aaron Scher received an MTT-S Undergraduate Scholarship (2003).
Chang-Seok Shin received a fellowship from Applied Materials (2002).
Chris Rodenbeck received a fellowship from the State of Texas to "advance the state of the art in telecommunications" (2002), a NASA Texas Space Grant Graduate Fellowship (2002-2004), a TxTEC Graduate Scholarship (2001), and a Texas A&M Graduate Merit Fellowship (1999).
Jarret Guill was named Teaching Assistant of the Year by the Department of Electrical Engineering (1998).
Matt Coutant received a fellowship from the Texas A&M Department of Electrical Engineering (1998).
Jarret Guill received an 18-month fellowship from Raytheon TI Systems (1998).
Arild Kolsrud received a Thanks To Scandinavia Cash Award in competition with researchers and graduate students from Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Iceland. The award was presented in New York City by Mr. Victor Borge (1997). He also received an Academic Excellence Award from Texas A&M University (1997).
Paola Zepeda received a Forsyth Graduate Fellowship from the College of Engineering (1997).
Brad Heimer received an 18-month Texas Instruments Fellowship (1996).
Tom Ashour received an 18-month Texas Instruments Fellowship (1994).
Claudio Montiel was the recipient of a 3-year fellowship from the Department of Education.
Julio Navarro received a 2-year fellowship from the National Science Foundation and a training grant from the NASA Lewis Research Center.
James McCleary received a 3-year fellowship from the Department of Defense. He also received a NASA Texas Space Grant Graduate Fellowship.
James Carroll received an 18-month Texas Instruments Fellowship (1991).
Michael Skrehot received an 18-month Texas Instruments fellowship (1989).
Jaideva Goswami received two IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship Awards.
Kenneth Hummer was awarded a scholarship from the Texas A&M Department of EE.