This year marks the 20th annual MatSE Awards Celebration. We applaud the achievements of our MatSE students, staff, and faculty whose contributions help continue our leadership as a top-ranked materials science and engineering department. Also, we take this occasion to express our appreciation for the generous support we receive throughout the year from our alumni, friends, and partners. Their generosity has been critical in furthering the mission of our department.
Celebrating the quality of research, creativity, and visualization in materials at Penn State.
MVC is a scientific, visual, and artistic competition sponsored by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MatSE) and the Materials Research Institute (MRI). Through the creativity and visualization of our researchers, MVC celebrates the quality of research in materials at Penn State and promotes awareness of materials science. Entry is open to all Penn State undergraduates, graduates, post-docs, and faculty working on materials-related topics.
MatSE strives to foster and enrich the academic experiences of students who seek exceptional challenges and growth.
We have more than 50 active scholarship opportunities available to our undergraduate students and awarded more than $250,000 to our students each year.
This would not be possible without the generous support from our alumni, friends and partners. Their generosity is critical in furthering the mission of our department, and we thank each of our benefactors and scholarship donors for their continued support.
Recognizing outstanding graduate students accomplishments from the academic year.
Our 2021 Awards Presentation recognizes outstanding graduate students accomplishments from the academic year.
We thank our generous alumni, friends and partners for making these awards possible for our graduate students. Their generosity is critical in furthering the mission of our department, and we thank each of our benefactors and scholarship donors for their continued support.
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering is committed to providing a safe working environment for all members of the department. We insist that all faculty, staff, students, and researchers always use safe work methods and practices. The safety and health efforts of this department are an integral part of our daily operations.
We have a number of students, faculty, staff and alumni that lead our safety inniciatives, and we appreciate all that you do. List of our 2021 Safety Leaders.
The External Advisory Board (EAB) of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering is a select group of representatives from industry, government agencies, academia and the profession who advise the department on academic issues, current trends, and future directions in engineering.