Doctoral candidate Satyajet Ojha won a GSA Student Travel Grant from the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) at Carnegie Mellon, in collaboration with the Graduate Support Programs Office and the Provost's Office.-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Doctoral candidate Satyajet Ojha won a GSA Student Travel Grant from the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) at Carnegie Mellon, in collaboration with the Graduate Support Programs Office and the Provost's Office.

Each year, the GSA offers approximately 90 financial awards of $500 to help students make presentations or attend conferences or exhibitions in their fields. Ojha used this funding to attend the American Chemical Society Conference in Anaheim in March.