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Ph.D. Student Rajath Mudalamane Honored

Ph.D. Student Rajath Mudalamane Honored

Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. student Rajath Mudalamane was recently honored by the Society of Plastics Engineers. At a ceremony at the SPE Annual Technical Conference (ANTEC) in San Francisco, he was the recipient of the Lew Erwin Memorial Scholarship Award from the Extrusion Division of the SPE.

The Lew Erwin Scholarship was established by the Extrusion Division of the SPE in honor of the memory of Lew Erwin to support undergraduate and graduate research in the field of polymer extrusion. The 2002 award is for $2500. In order to be considered for the award, students must submit an application that includes a CV, official academic transcripts, a brief essay (less than 250 words) on what enticed the candidate to enter the polymer field, and what are his/her current thoughts about a career in plastics, a succinct description in no more than 500 words of the Senior project, M.S. or Ph.D. project which this Scholarship will help support, and a recommendation and brief summary of capabilities with respect to polymer engineering by the candidate's research advisor. Students must also be a member of SPE.

The Department offers its hearty congratulations to Rajath.

June 7, 2002


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