The annual Young Member's Night of the Pittsburgh Golden Triangle Chapter of ASM International held -Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

The annual Young Member's Night of the Pittsburgh Golden Triangle Chapter of ASM International held

The annual Young Member's Night of the Pittsburgh Golden Triangle Chapter of ASM International was held last night and it proved to be a winning night for many Materials Science and Engineering students. Senior, Jennifer Singelyn received the "Outstanding Senior Award", doctoral student Christopher Roberts was named "Chapter Outstanding Young Member" and junior Diana Chan and sophomore Nicole Cates were each presented the "Past Chairpersons' Education Assistance award. MSE students fared equally well in the poster competition with doctoral student Ying Pang taking home the first place prize (graduate competition) for her poster "Correlation between GB Segregation and Character in Nb-doped TiO2". Junior Eric Vanderson received first place (undergraduate competition) for his poster "Deformation Behavior of Rolled Cu-Nb Micro and Nano Composites" and juniors Selina Brownridge and Diana Chan shared the second place prize for their "Comparative Analysis of Processing Techniques on Y-Ba-Cu-O Superconductor". Senior Jennifer Singelyn was awarded the third place prize for "Gels for Tissue Engineering."