It was an incredible honor to attend the closing of the International Year of Glass at the United Nations on December 14, 2022. This entire year has been a chance to demonstrate how glass enables people to live more sustainably in the world. Throughout the year, new connections were forged between people in the glass industry, arts, and academic worlds that will carry glass forward into the future! A big thanks to O-I (Scott Cooper) for providing a sponsorship to display Natalie Tyler's sculpture "Wildfire" in front of the UN.
December 16, 2022
December 8, 2022
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the School of Graduate Studies is delighted to showcase the accomplishments of our current students and program alumni. For this December 2022 SPOTLIGHT feature, we are excited to showcase RISE and SUPER-GRAD fellow alum, Dr. Lorne S.Joseph.
October 26, 2022
Prof. Akdoğan delivers a lecture on Flash Sintering of Ceramics at the Materials Science Graduate Colloquium of the APAM-MSE program, Columbia University SEAS, New York, New York.
October 14, 2022
Chloe Lee, Rutgers MSE Class of 2018, is speaking at the SFIA Industry Leaders Summit in Chicago later this month.
Chloe Lee, Rutgers MSE Class of 2018, is speaking at the SFIA Industry Leaders Summit in Chicago later this month. As SFIA honors the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Chloe, along with other leading female executives, will highlight the progress women have made in the industry, both on and off the field, and lean in on what Title IX looks like after 50. Title IX opens so many doors for female athletes and has helped shape an ecosystem around designing products by and for women.
October 6, 2022
Former Research Associate and 2016 PhD Daniel Kopp is the 1st CEO/CTO of Queens Carbon, a company devoted to carbon-capture, usage and storage (CCUS) & Carbon Neutral Cement. In addition he has been selected as a Breakthrough Energy Fellow, in the second cohort of Fellows, which is part of the BE network founded by Bill Gates.
October 6, 2022
Graduate Student Sarah Park has been selected as a finalist for the Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award Fall 2022.
Graduate Student Sarah Park has been selected as a finalist for the Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award Fall 2022. She will be presenting her research titled "Hierarchal Coatings of Biological Building Blocks via Self-Limiting Electrospray Deposition" at the Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society November 28-December2 in Boston, MA. In her work she uses electrospray deposition of biomaterials - ranging from small immunomodulators to DNA vaccines - to coat microneedle arrays. Her advisor is Prof. Jonathon Singer.
September 20, 2022
Lisa C. Klein, Chair delivering the Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture at the MS&T Meeting on Monday, October 10, 2022, in Pittsburgh, PA.
This ACerS/Education and Professional Development Council (EPDC) lecture honors the memory of Arthur L. Friedberg for his teaching, research and numerous contributions to the ceramic/glass engineering profession. In addition to his work at the University of Illinois, Dr. Friedberg was the Executive Director of The American Ceramic Society from 1979 to 1984. The lecture is intended to provide a tutorial that reviews and instructs in some area of ceramics/glass with a distinct engineering flavor. Dr. Klein’s talk is titled “From Moon Rocks to Melting Gels”.
September 1, 2022
The university-led project is in response to a broader effort to protect critical coastal civilian and Department of Defense infrastructure and personnel at risk of climate change
August 29, 2022