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Distinguished Teaching Award, Honorable Mention: Dongwei Sun

The DTA is a highly competitive and distinctive award that recognizes excellence in teaching by a graduate student. It is awarded to only two graduate students per year, one in STEM and one in CHASS. In addition, two honorable mentions each in the STEM and CHASS fields were awarded. This year nearly 200 nominations were...

Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Award Winner: Evander Ramos

The Outstanding Teaching Assistant (OTA) Award is a departmental-level award granted by Graduate Division on behalf of the departments to recognize teaching excellence within specific fields. Below is a link to the list of this year's award winners.

Cengiz Ozkan receives Turkey’s highest scientific award

Cengiz Ozkan has been awarded the 2020 TUBITAK Scientific Achievement Award, Turkey’s highest scientific honor.

MSE Students Collaborate with Statis Energy Group to Develop Thermal Energy Storage Solutions

Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) undergraduate students at the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering completed a senior design project in collaboration with Statis Energy Group, a company developing thermal energy storage solutions for packaged HVAC units that reduce late-day demand and year-long energy savings. Through this partnership, students gained real-world experience in industry...

Mark Hatch joins UC Riverside professor’s energy startup as CEO

An energy startup co-founded by Lorenzo Mangolini, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at UC Riverside, has brought on maker movement leader Mark Hatch as CEO. An advanced manufacturing entrepreneur, Hatch is the author of “The Maker Movement Manifesto” and “The Maker Revolution.” Mangolini and project scientist Giorgio Nava founded the startup, SiLi-Ion, in 2018...

Furthering STEM in the Inland Empire through thin-film electronic materials research

Professor Shane Cybart and co-PI Professor Rich Wilson were awarded a $362,649 grant to bring new equipment to the University of California, Riverside that will allow us to strengthen existing Department of Defense (DoD) research, develop new DoD research capabilities and increase educational outreach at all levels: K-12, undergraduate and graduate, with emphasis on the...

Prof. Wong receives funding from the Department of Energy (DOE)

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy has selected the Wong group to receive funding for a project that advances fossil fuel technologies and also provides educational and research training opportunities. This project was selected through the University Coal Research (UCR) Program and the Historically Black Colleges & Universities and Other Minority...
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