Yolanda Natividad

ACerS Basic Science Division announces 2018 GEMS Award Finalists

By Yolanda Natividad / October 31, 2018

ACerS Basic Science Division recently announced the winners of its 2018 Graduate Excellence in Materials Science (GEMS) awards. The division sponsors the GEMS award as part of the annual MS&T conference and ACerS Annual Meeting events each year. Congratulations to the 2018 GEMS Award Finalists! Diamond Ranking: Carli Moorehead, University of Washington, “Optimizing the rheology of ceramic suspensions…

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MS&T18: Lunch with a Pro

By Yolanda Natividad / October 8, 2018

The Young Professionals Network (YPN) of The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) is continuing to help foster relationships between students and professionals in the field. At MS&T18 in Columbus, Ohio, the YPN is planning a “Lunch with a Pro” event. They will be pairing off industry/national lab/academia professionals with students (over lunch or coffee) on Monday, October…

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ACerS student tour at MS&T18

By Yolanda Natividad / October 5, 2018

Students will have the opportunity to visit the Owens Corning Science & Technology Center in Granville, Ohio, USA, on Monday, October 15, 2018, from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m., during MS&T18. The registration deadline is September 24, 2018. Space is limited and registration is on a first come, first served basis. Registration for the tour is…

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Congratulations to the 2018 Next Top Demo Contest Winners!

By Yolanda Natividad / August 6, 2018

ACerS PCSA announces the ACerS Next Top Demo Competition 2018 winners. The Next Top Demo competition focuses on ceramic and/or glass outreach demonstration skills and acts as a way to educate the public while promoting the community outreach students already perform at university. Please help us to congratulate this year’s winners: Scientific Choice Winner:  Sadhana…

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Refractories scholarship opportunity for students 2018-2019

By Yolanda Natividad / March 5, 2018

The Refractories Institute (TRI) will once again award a limited number of scholarships based on academic merit and the applicant’s demonstrated experience and interest in the field of refractories. The scholarships will be awarded in the form of one time grants of $5,000 each and are available to an undergraduate or advanced degree in ceramic…

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