MatPAC Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials Graduate Student Talent Series, a Lehigh Nanotech Network Event

UPCOMING LEHIGH NANOTECH NETWORK EVENT

MatPAC Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials Graduate Student Talent Series 4/28/11

April 28, 2011
12-2 p.m.
4th Floor, Whitaker Lab, Room 451
Lehigh University
5 E. Packer Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18017

Cost: Free (lunch included)

Graduate students will describe their accomplishments in the Advancement of Nanotechnology and Materials Sciences.

What are the advantages of this series?

  • Overview of recent projects in Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials at regional universities
  • Opportunity to interact with graduate students
  • Network with industry and university representatives
  • Get a head start on recruiting key students for your business!

This is a great networking event!

Register at http:/www.lehigh.edu/lnn or e-mail Joan Stanescu at jdsj@lehigh.edu by April 25th.

Sponsored by: Lehigh University, Lehigh Nanotech Network, and MatPAC universities

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