Pham's research focus seeks to understand the behavior of soft materials, primarily at or near interfaces.
Kathy Ice-Wedding in the Department of Computer Science was nominated for the Staff category. Mujan Seif and Parto Babaniamansour were nominated for the Graduate Student category.
Faculty members Alexandre Martin, Matthew Beck, Hailong Chen, John Maddox and Savio Poovathingal are part of UK’s team.
The Community Environmental Luminary Award is given in recognition of outstanding achievements in education and outreach.
Pham's award will fund his project "Wetting and dynamics on soft and swollen polymeric surfaces" in the amount of $570,000 over five years.
To make a Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher and must have earned 12 credits or more in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes.
Rottmann worked on the paper, titled, "Multiplicity of Dislocation Pathways in a Refractory Multi-Principal Element Alloy," with a team from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Due a later start to the spring semester, students now have a fantastic opportunity to progress in their education by taking online courses during the winter session.
The grant supports research that advances knowledge of the optical characteristics of multilayer semiconductor nanocrystals under different thermal environments and mechanical stresses.
The Kentucky-West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (KY-WV LSAMP), spearheaded by UK, is responsible for the program.