In recognition of receiving the Mautner Graduate Awards, each student will receive a $5,000 prize and will attend a dinner with the 2018 Mautner Memorial Lecture Series Distinguished Guest Lecturer, Nobel Laureate Sir Fraser Stoddart. The awards will be presented at the Mautner Public Lecture on Tuesday, November 27, 2018.The Mautner Graduate Awards recognize currently enrolled meritorious graduate students who are conducting research in the areas related to the topic of the Mautner Research Lecture. Stoddart’s topic is “Engines through the Ages.”
Congratulations to Georgiy and Cheng-Wei for receiving the Dissertation Year Fellowship!
This fellowship includes a $20,000 stipend plus standard tuition and fees (excluding nonresident tuition).
You can read more about it here.
Congratulations to our undergraduates Namrata Ramani, Inwhan Roh and Jesus Baltazar for getting into Graduate School!
Namrata will be off to Northwestern, Inwhan will be going to UC Berkeley and Jesus will be going to Cornell.
Congratulations to Ric for receiving the Endowed Chair! Read more here.
Ric received this award for outstanding contributions to solid-state synthesis, energy storage materials and super hard materials.
Read more about the prize here!
Congratulations to Inwhan, Namrata, and Jesus for getting into graduate school!
Inwhan will be off to Berkeley, Namrata is going to Northwestern, and Jesus is going to Cornell.
We wish you all good luck!
Congratulations to Jesus for receiving the NSF GRFP award! Jesus was one of four undergraduate students in the chemistry department who received this highly competitive award. Jesus will be off the Cornell University after he graduates.
You can read more about the award here.
Mackenzie was one of four graduate students nationally to receive the fellowship.
Anderson is conducting research in the laboratory of Prof. Richard Kaner where she is studying novel chemically tolerant membranes for desalination and industrial water reuse.
Read more about Mackenzie’s fellowship here.