Maurer awarded CIT Dean’s Early Career Fellowship-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, January 30, 2017

Maurer awarded CIT Dean’s Early Career Fellowship

MSE courtesy faculty member Meagan Mauter, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, is a recipient of a CIT Dean’s Early Career Fellowship. Three additional CIT awardees are: Steven Chase (BME/CNBC); Deanna Matthews (EPP); Albert Presto (MechE).
 
Dean’s Early Career Fellowships are awarded to untenured faculty members who have been nominated by their department heads and then selected to receive the fellowship after review and discussion of the nomination package by the CIT Review Committee. Recipients will receive discretionary funds for a three-year period beginning July 1, 2017, or until such time when they have been promoted to Full Professor.