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Tanaya Mandal
Doctoral student Tanaya Mandal will receive the 2020 Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering International University Leader Experience Award at the rescheduled in-person event. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering
Tanaya Mandal, doctoral student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, was one of 15 recipients from the U.S. to be awarded the 2020 Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) International University Leader Experience Award.

This award gives winners the opportunity to network with peers and industry professionals by sending them to the SAMPE North America Conference and Exhibition. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 event was canceled. Recipients missed out on the opportunity to make the journey to network and increase their knowledge of the materials and processing community.

To make up for this lost opportunity, 2020 winners have been invited to attend the SAMPE 2022 Conference and Exhibition in Charlotte, North Carolina, May 22-26.

Mandal will be attending the conference and will also receive her award at the in-person event.

“I am very thrilled to be receiving this award and finally being able to attend this conference in May,” said Mandal. “I will not only be gaining valuable networking opportunities and enhance my leadership skillset in addition to this award but also represent the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M.”

Her research focuses on composites with high-heat shielding applications.

According to their website, SAMPE is a “global professional member society that provides enhanced educational opportunities by delivering information on new and advanced materials and processing technology.”