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Beatriz Medeiros awarded URAP Internship

April 13, 2018

  Undergraduate Beatriz Medeiros has been awarded the prestigious Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP) internship. The program, sponsored by the Army Research Office, aims to prove undergraduate students with the opportunity to gain valuable experience working in science and engineering research for the army. Throughout the internship, Beatriz will be able to continue working on the […]

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Jennifer Dailey accepts APS Congressional Science Fellowship

April 12, 2018

Recent PhD, Jennifer Dailey, has accepted a position as a Congressional Science Fellow. The fellowship, offered by American Physical Society (APS), will run from September through August of the next year. Jennifer will be among the 200 – 300 fellows that will work in congressional offices in Washington, DC.

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Alex Komin wins Student Research Achievement Award in Bioengineering

February 26, 2018

At the recent Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, graduate student Alex Komin was awarded the  Student Research Achievement Award (SRAA) in Bioengineering. The poster competition took place on Sunday, February 18th and consisted of participants giving 3-5 minute poster presentations to one or more judges. The student researchers were able to choose two subcategory selections from 14 […]

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Shane Arlington awarded J.A. Woollam Company Scholarship

February 26, 2018

  PhD candidate Shane Arlington has been awarded the J.A. Woollam Company Endowed Scholarship from the Society of Vacuum Coaters Foundation. Shane has also received a student sponsorship travel grant from the Society of Vacuum Coaters Foundation to attend the annual conference, SVC TechCon. While attending the conference, Shane will give a talk entitled Nanocalorimetric Investigation […]

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Latest issue of MRS Bulletin features articles by Professors Jonah Erlebacher and Mingwei Chen

January 29, 2018

The current issue of the MRS Bulletin features articles on dealloyed nanoporous materials. Dealloyed materials are research interests of both department chair and professor Jonah Erlebacher, and professor Mingwei Chen, who have articles in the issue. Professor Erlebacher’s paper, titled Pattern formation during electrochemical and liquid metal dealloying, discusses the differences between electrochemical dealloying and liquid metal […]

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