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Materials doctoral candidate Janet Gbur wins ASM student paper contest

Janet Gbur, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has won the ASM International Student Paper Contest for her paper entitled “Fatigue and Fracture of Wires and Cables for Biomedical Applications.”
 
The ASM International Student Paper Contest was established in 1985, as a mechanism for student participation in society affairs. The award recognizes the best technical paper with a graduate or undergraduate student as first author that is published in an ASM sponsored publication during the year.

Gbur will accept the award at Materials Science & Technology 2016, in Salt Lake City in October.