GLEI is pleased to congratulate Dr. Jennifer L.W. Carter on winning the Bradley Stoughton Award for Young Teachers from ASM. Dr. Carter is assistant professor of materials science and engineering, a faculty member of the Solar Durability and Lifetime Extension Center, and is the Principal Investigator on the NETL Rapid Alloys Project.
The award, established in 1952 in memory of an outstanding metallurgy teacher, engineering dean and former ASM president, recognizes young teachers of materials science, materials engineering, and design and processing. Recipients have distinguished themselves through dedicated and effective instruction and mentoring of students at various stages of education in addition to impacting undergraduate education.
Carter will accept the award at the Materials Science & Technology 2016 meeting in Salt Lake City in October.
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