The Center for Emergent Materials is hosting a panel for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program on Tuesday, October 12 from 2-3PM in 1080 Physics Research Building. Please see the flyer for additional details.
The panel will consist of three current NSF Graduate Fellows and one faculty member who has reviewed applications.
Additional information for other upcoming Graduate Fellowships will also be provided.
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The OSU Center for Emergent Materials (CEM) will support 9 undergraduates to do CEM related research during the academic year starting November 1, 2010 and continuing through Spring quarter 2011. Students will be expected to work 8 to 10 hours per week during regular class weeks at $10/hour and to present a poster describing their research at the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum toward the end of Spring quarter, 2011. For additional information, please see http://cem.osu.edu/education-and-outreach/reu/
The CEM introduced cutting-edge materials research to participants in the first mentoring event of 2010 for Ohio’s STEM Ability Alliance (OSAA), an NSF-funded Alliance for Students with Disabilities in STEM that works to increase the number of students with disabilities that complete STEM degrees. CEM Fellows Mike Hinton (Physics), Alex Holcomb (Materials Science and Engineering), and Trish Meyer (Chemistry) gave 14 undergraduate OSAA fellows and their mentors a first-hand view of pulsed laser deposition of thin films and shared the potential applications of IRG-2′s research into double perovskite interfaces and heterostructures.