Dr. WIlliam D. Nix, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University
A discussion on Wednesday, April 5, in partnership with the MSE and Mech E Departments at the University of Maryland at College Park.
North Laurel Picnic Pavilion
Join us for socializing, great food, and materials experiments for kids!
Come enjoy some great weather and catching up in person with MaterialsDC. We'll be at the picnic pavilion at the North Laurel Community Center from noon to 3. This is a really nice facility, with tennis courts, basketball courts, a large playground, a skate park, and plenty of parking. Catering will be from Mission BBQ with lots of options for brisket lovers as well as vegetarians.
We're also planning to have some fun materials activities for the kids -- some learning, mostly fun -- so let us know if you're bringing them along!
DATE: Sunday, October 16, 2022
TIME: Noon to 3 pm
WHERE: 9411 Whiskey Bottom Road, Laurel, MD 20723
COST: $10/person (no charge for kids under 12)
Dr. Ji Ma, University of Virginia
February 9, 2022
Dr. David Furrer, Pratt & Whitney
January 5, 2022
Dr. Anthony D. Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
Dr. Linda Sapochak, National Science Foundation
A joint meeting with the ASM Brandywine Valley Chapter
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Art Heuer, Case Western Reserve University
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Calling ASM Chapter members!
We are looking for a a few volunteers to be at the camp, lend their technical expertise in a very informal way, "Schmoozing" with some of the teachers who will be in attendance, discussing the experiments as they are carried out in small groups, and even in a few selected instances giving a brief talk at lunch about the topics of their life work.
Calling All Teachers! Attend a one-week professional development workshop this summer at no cost to you!
Questions? For additional information for teachers, contact Jeane Deatherage, Administrator of Foundation Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org; 1-800-336-5152, X5533.
Feb. 11, 2014
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Nicholas Jarboe is a sophomore at The Catholic University of America pursuing a major in Biomedical Engineering. Nick is most interested in tissue engineering and medical device development using novel biomedical materials. Nick is actively engaged in community humanitarian efforts, which most recently included a trip to Guatemala to assist in providing much needed basic medical services by translating between medical mission doctors and patients. Nick is a member of The Society of Biomedical Engineers, Alpha Delta Gamma, and the Phi Beta Sigma Honor Society. Nick's future plans include pursuing a graduate degree in the medical device development field.
Nizar Zahed is a sophomore at Virginia Tech pursuing a double major in Materials Science and Engineering and Mathematics. Nizar is most interested in metallurgy and studying the fundamental properties of materials. Nizar has an interest in forensic science and likes to study the role that materials can play in this field. Nizar has interned with Lockheed Martin where he developed a smartphone app and accompanying business development proposal. In addition to double-majoring, Nizar also enjoys studying classical literature, philosophy, and mythology. Nizar's future plans include using his Materials Science degree to work in the field of materials engineering and one day pursue a graduate degree in forensics.tant news.
Wednesday, April 11, 2013
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