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Attention Students: time is ticking on the following opportunities

Apply for the GEMS Award by July 15

Are you a graduate student speaking at MS&T this year? The Basic Science Division of The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) organizes the annual Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) awards to recognize the outstanding achievements of graduate students in materials science and engineering.

The award is open to all graduate students who are making an oral presentation in any symposium or session at MS&T19 in Portland, Oregon, USA.

The deadline for applications is July 15, 2019. More information about applications can be found here.  

“Polar Crack on NiCr/Cr2O3 Coating” by Rodolfo Fernandez and Xialong Lu
Winner of the 2018 Artistic Creativity Award

4th Annual PCSA Creativity and Microstory Competition

Submissions are being accepted for the 4th Annual PCSA Creativity and Microstory Competition! Combining both science and art into any one individual’s skill set is important because it can help nurture creativity in research and cultivate innovation in the workplace. For this reason, ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA) organizes innovative-artistic initiative in the form of a creativity and microstory competition for students.

The microstory portion of the competition serves to encourage the harmonious coexistence of art and science in the ceramics and glass community. Students who dabble in ceramic and glass-related arts either for their research or just for fun are encouraged to share their talent!

Find out more information about the PCSA Creativity and Microstory Competition and submit your entries by July 31!

Outstanding Student Researcher Award

The Outstanding Student Researcher (OSR) Award recognizes exemplary student research related to the mission of the Nuclear and Environmental Technology Division (NETD). The award is open to U.S. and international graduate and undergraduate students actively engaged in research related to the NETD.

Applicants must have an accepted abstract for MS&T19.

It is strongly encouraged that undergraduate submissions present extracurricular projects only, i.e., research conducted outside the normal scope of one’s coursework. Review the instructions, templates, and examples online. Applications will be accepted until July 31.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Glass Lab

ACerS Student Tour to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Students have an opportunity to attend a tour at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington, USA on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 during MS&T19. The ACerS Student Tour to PNNL will be an all-day event and is open to all MS&T19 student registrants.

Space is limited and registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Find out more information and register for the tour before the deadline.*

*Non-U.S. Citizens: All application materials must be submitted by August 2.

If you have any questions, please contact Yolanda Natividad.

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