Samuel Swartzendruber wins outstanding research award at NC State Frontiers of MSE Undergraduate Symposium

CEMS undergraduate student Samuel Swartzendruber (MSE '25) was selected to attend the 2023 NC State Frontiers of MSE Undergraduate Symposium and won an award for outstanding undergraduate research for "Polymorphism in Diblock Copolymer Blends." The inaugural symposium aimed to recognize significant achievements in undergraduate research at the frontiers of materials science and engineering and provided an opportunity for undergraduate students to network with faculty and peers about state-of-the-art research. Students selected to participate received an all-expenses-paid trip to the symposium where they presented their research at a poster session.

Congratulations Samuel!