sher ’07, students seek to improve material development through understanding electron transport

Meng-ju Sher Group
From left: Polly Pierone ’20, grad student Senali Dissanayake, Tony Jianbang Liu ’20, Rhoen Fiutak ’19, Matthew Erodici ’19 and M.-J. Renee Sher, assistant professor of physics.

The research explored below, “Spectroscopic Studies of Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells,” was undertaken as part of the College of the Environment’s Faculty-Student Research Grant Program, which provides opportunities for faculty and students to work together on research projects. Continue reading “sher ’07, students seek to improve material development through understanding electron transport”

coe faculty-student grant program supports o’connell’s antarctic research

This past January, Nethra Pullela ’20, Liz Atalig ’21, and Jackie Duckett ’20 joined E&ES Professor Suzanne O’Connell on a journey to the center of the earth–traveling to  the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) at Texas A&M University to collect data and samples for O’Connell’s “Where Was the Antarctic Oligocene Ice?” project, funded by the COE’s Faculty-Student Research Grant Program.  Continue reading “coe faculty-student grant program supports o’connell’s antarctic research”

save the dates!

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Our three senior colloquia will take place:

Wed, March 6 — 5:30 to 7:30 @ Russell House

Wed, April 10 — 5:30 to 7:30 @ COE

Wed, May 8 — 5:30 to 7:30 @ Russell House — end-of-year poster session and reception

A reminder: Senior colloquia are required for senior majors–and strongly encouraged for all other COE students and faculty.  See you there!