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Graduate Student Joel Grim Wins Award

Joel GrimThe Materials Research Society (MRS) has selected a talk submitted by Joel Grim, a Physics graduate student working with Prof. Richard Williams, as one of the Graduate Student Award finalists for the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting. At the MRS Meeting in late April, the MRS Graduate Student Gold or Silver Award will be presented to each of the student finalists. The distinction between the Gold and Silver Awards will be made on the basis of a Special Talk Sessions to be held on April 26, 2011 at the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco. The awards will consist of a plaque and $400 for the Gold Awardees, and a certificate and $200 for the Silver Awardees.


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