Prof. Carter was named a 2014 TMS Structural Materials Division Young Leader. The award recognizes early-career individuals, under the age of 40, for their potential as future leaders within TMS and the materials and engineering community it serves. Award winners have unique opportunities to become more involved in society activities and to network with prominent TMS members. Advancing professional growth of TMS’s young members is part of the mission of the TMS Foundation, the award sponsor. It has tripled the original size of the award class in 2014, as well as added a second prestigious Early Career Faculty Fellowship and collaborated in support of a new international scholarship. Additional information on The TMS Division Young Leader Award winners can be found here
Olga Eliseeva, 2nd year Materials Science and Engineering Student from Copley OH, was named one of three winners for the December 2013 CWRU SOURCE: Intersections Engineering Poster Competition. The SOURCE: Intersections event is an opportunity for the Cleveland community to see the broad and diverse work that is being done across campus by our outstanding undergraduates. Her poster entitled "Degradation of Cross-linked Polyethylene and Cross-linked Polyolefin" showcases some of her research with Prof. French in the SDLE center for Lifetime and Degradation Sciences. A link to her poster is presented here.