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Robinson Receives 3M Non-tenured Faculty Award

May 11th, 2012 ›

Assistant Professor Richard Robinson has been award a 3M Nontenured Faculty Grant for "Nanostructured Materials for Energy: Synthesis, Assembly, and Device Integration". This highly competitive award recognizes outstanding new faculty for the quality and pertinence of their research and is intended to help them achieve tenure, remain in their academic positions and conduct research. In addition to the honor, the grant provides $15,000/year until tenure is achieved, up to a maximum of three years. The award is given to nontenured faculty members who are nominated by 3M researchers and who are working on research topics that are of interest to 3M.