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190 enrolled graduate students
151 enrolled Ph.D. students
155 enrolled undergraduate students

Recent News

A talk by Dr. Raymundo Arroyave on “The High Entropy Alloy Space Is Not as Big as We Think It Is” has been selected by The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society as an anniversary keynote.

Dr. Emily Pentzer and her team have created novel 3D printable phase-change material composites that can regulate ambient temperatures inside buildings using a simpler and cost-effective manufacturing process.

Dr. Mengying Liu ’21, former graduate student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, is a tenure-track assistant professor of engineering in the Physics and Engineering Department at Washington and Lee University.


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