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190 enrolled graduate students
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Kartik Kumar Rajagopalan and Xiuzhu Zhu, graduate students in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, were named winners of the American Chemical Society's Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering’s best poster award for spring 2021.

The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees has chosen Nathaniel Lies ’21, a recent graduate from the first cohort of undergraduates in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and three additional students as recipients of its Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award for 2021.

Three students from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering were recognized by the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowships Program. Suzanne Peterson and Jordan Brito were both awarded fellowships. Gregory Wong received an honorable mention.

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