Congratulations to John Bussey for being selected as a delegate to the American Ceramic Society’s President’s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA). John continues a long tradition at WSU of representing undergraduate and graduate students in ceramic science and engineering’s premier professional society.
Congratulations to John Bussey for being selected as this year’s winner of the SURCA (Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities) at WSU.
John was selected by the WSU Emeritus Society as the recipient of the scholarship in the category of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
“Our reviewers found that your research on Mount St. Helens ash’s stimulant properties holds much promise for lunar equipment testing applications.”
Congratulations to Natalie for receipt of one of the 2021 Roy G. Post scholarships for her work in the safe management of nuclear waste. Congratulations Natalie! You can see her recent paper here:
Smith-Gray, N.J., Sargin, I., Beckman, S., McCloy, J. Machine learning to predict refractory corrosion during nuclear waste vitrification. MRS Advances (2021). https://doi.org/10.1557/s43580-021-00031-2
Congratulations to Jessica Erickson (outstanding MSE senior) and John Bussey (outstanding MSE junior)! Their hard work and dedication has paid off and they have been recognized by the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering committee for their efforts in academics and service to the university. Great job!
Welcome to Nick Stone-Weiss who joined the NOME group to work with us on glass and ceramics.
Congratulations to the WSU student team for being selected for the NASA Big Idea contest.
The team from WSU’s HYPER hydrogen research lab will be working with NOME and others to study the effect of leidenfrost to clean space suits. They will be using ash collected in Pullman from the Mt. St. Helens eruption as a lunar regolith simulant.
Congratulations team! This story was picked up by WSU today also.
An article including video was also recently published in the Spokane Spokesman-Review.