NNF Pair Professor Application

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NNF Pair Professor Application

Nebraska Nanoscale Facility Professor/Student Pair Project


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For more information please contact:

Terese Janovec
Education/Outreach Coordinator
Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience
855 N 16th Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0298
402-472-2716
tjanovec@unl.edu


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The Nebraska Nanoscale Facility (NNF) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a member of the NSF-funded National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) which includes 16 major research centers in nanomaterials throughout the US. NNF provides researchers from academia, government, and industry access to facilities with leading-edge instrumentation which enables innovations, discoveries, and contributions to education and commerce.

This summer NNF is offering 2017 Professor/Student Pair summer project opportunities in Lincoln, Nebraska. We are looking for faculty/undergraduate student pairs from regional four-year colleges to participate in summer projects working with NNF faculty and equipment in a nanoscale science laboratory on the UNL campus (http://nanoscale.unl.edu/facilities).

If you are interested, please:

  1. Visit http://ncmn.unl.edu/faculty-research-interests to review the list of potential University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty based on your research interests.
  2. Contact faculty directly about possible NNF project collaborations to see if they are interested in working with you.
  3. Complete the fill in form below.
  4. Indicate the name of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty you have contacted for potential collaboration (http://ncmn.unl.edu/faculty-research-interests).
  5. Attach your CV.
  6. Indicate the name of your undergraduate student who will be part of the Prof/Student Pair.
  7. Instruct your student to apply separately at http://nanoscale.unl.edu/nnf-pair-student-application.

Application Due: March 1, 2017
Start Date: June 1, 2017

      Program details:
  • Get paid to do work on projects using high-tech nanoscience equipment at the University of Nebraska.
  • 8-week session
  • Start Date – June 1, 2017
  • $5,000 Monthly stipend