EVENTS

GROUP PHOTOS

ARTICLES OF INTEREST

CONGRATULATIONS

  • Dr. James Batteas is on the ACS Central Science Advisory Board. ACS Central Science is a new journal featuring interdisciplinary research.
  • Congratulations to Jessica Spear who won a poster prize at the annual Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) meeting, June 2014. This award was highlighted in Tribology and Lubrication Technology journal. (article)
  • Congratulations to Meagan Elinski who received Honorable Mention for the 2014 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
  • Congratulations to Stephanie Skiles who won First Place Poster Prize at the TAMU Student Research Week (March 2014).
  • Congratulations to Brad Ewers who received the Phil Gramm Doctoral Fellowship! (March 2014), and the 2014 Association of Former Students Distinguished Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Teaching. (photo)
  • Congratulations to Jessica Spear who received the best student poster award from the COLL Division at the National ACS Meeting in Dallas! (March 2014)
  • Congratulations to Dr. Arika Pravitasari (PhD in 2013) who accepted a position with Intel in Portland, Oregon.
  • Congratulations to Brad Ewers on winning a best poster award in the COLL Division at the ACS meeting in New Orleans.
  • Congratulations to Dr. Chi-Yuan Chang (PhD in 2013) who accepted a position with Intel in Portland, Oregon.
  • Congratulations to Dr. Yang Hsiang Chan (PhD in 2010) who accepted a faculty position at National Sun Yat-Sen University in Taiwan.
  • Dr. James Batteas received The Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement College-Level Awards in Teaching for 2013. (article)
  • Dr. James Batteas has been admitted as a Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry.
  • Dr. James Batteas has accepted a position as Associate Editor of RSC Advances.
  • Dr. James Batteas joined the Editorial Board of ISRN Nanotechnology in 2011.
  • Batteas Group research on Quantum Dots was highlighted in JACS Select.
  • Batteas Group research on Quatum Dots was highlighted in Photonics Spectra.
  • Albert Wan successfully defended his thesis.
  • Amanda Schuckman defended her thesis and is now working for Intel Corporation.
  • Ryan Jones defended his thesis and is working for Total Petrochemical.
  • Alison Pawlicki was selected for a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (2011-14).
  • Dr. Agustin Diaz was awarded a Ford Foundation Fellowship. (article)