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MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Summer Edition  |  July 2019
 
AZZ capstone team

Welding Engineering Seniors Appreciate Research Experiences Provided by Sponsored Projects

One welding engineering team. Two capstone projects. Eight months of hands-on, real-world experience. This trio channels microstructural analysis to study the effects of multilayer weld overlays on tempering the base metal then quantify the tempering response of a new heat to steel.
Read their accounts here
awards banquet MSE WE

MSE WE Undergraduate Awards Banquet

Seniors, juniors and one outstanding professor were recognized for excelling in the fields of materials science and engineering and welding engineering during the spring awards banquet. See who was recognized for their excellence in these disciplines.
Allison Sweeney Society of Women Engineers

Student Immerses Herself in Society of Women Engineers

Allison Whitney, fourth year MSE undergrad, joined the Ohio State Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers as a freshman. Her experience with them took her from a teen with a mere interest in engineering to a veteran member prepared for a successful career in materials science and engineering. Read about her experience here.
2019 Materials Science and Engineering Graduates Ohio State

May 2019 Commencement Recap

May 2019 commencement came and went, and orientations for incoming students are already in full swing. In four (or five) years, we will honor these young adults just as we recently honored 47 undergraduate students who were part of Ohio State’s largest graduating class – 12,213 students. Read more here.
Intern Scott Sheffield at Medtronic

Inspiring Internships

Two undergraduate students are experiencing one-of-a-kind internships this summer. Learn how they landed the internships and how their educations at Ohio State prepared them for the opportunities. Learn more here.

Briefs

Michael Mills

Message from MSE chair, Michael Mills

After 25 years as a faculty member, and proud parent of two MSE Buckeyes, it is an honor and a privilege for me to step into my new role as chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. The excitement across campus and within our department is transmitted by our students, who are the core of our existence. Their energy for advancing the fields of welding engineering and materials science pushes us to challenge harder, to research deeper, to never settle. We dedicate this newsletter to them and their excellence. Stories about your fellow future alumni experiencing capstones, internships, honors, and student organizations comprise this newsletter with a few additional articles related to technology and the passing of a beloved professor. Be enlightened here.

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