The California State University, Northridge PREM will expand and strengthen its long-term partnership with Princeton Center for Complex Materials by establishing a joint research powerhouse on quantum materials.
The Hampton-Brandeis partnership was formalized in a 2013 Memorandum of Understanding and was initially supported financially by MRSEC funds. The two universities have expanded this partnership to include reciprocal research exchange.
The vision of the proposed JSU-UCSB PREM is to provide opportunities for under-represented minority (URM) participants to become next generation materials scientists through innovative research and education in emerging research areas.
Tuskegee University and University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s new PREM partnership will address critical materials issues in research, education and outreach. This specific collaboration will involve faculty and students at these two universities working collaboratively in multiferroic materials.
The Wisconsin-Puerto Rico PREM will bring together deep and complementary expertise in the synthesis, characterization, modeling and application of multifunctional materials by developing synergies between research and educational outreach at UW and UPR.
The PREM partnership between the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and University of California, Santa Barbara, The UTEP-UCSB PREM will promote scientific excellence through a collective of collaborative research teams following the MRSEC-style Interdisciplinary Research Group model.
The NSF-PREM: Center for Interfacial Electrochemistry of Energy Materials (CIE2M) rests on the partnership of four institutions that complete the PREM pathway, Universidad Metropolitana (UMET) and Universidad del Turabo (UT), the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus and CHESS at Cornell.
The Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) for functional nanomaterials seeks to leverage the expertise and capabilities at each partner institution to further material science research in nanostructures materials.
The partnership between California State University, Los Angeles and Penn State University has the key goals of establishing a master-of-science degree program in materials science at Cal State L.A. and providing a bridge structure for students to continue on to Ph.D. studies or seek employment.
In an area where minority groups make up the majority of the population, NMHU plans to continue its reputation for pioneering new opportunities for its students and researchers. This collaboration will allow NMHU researchers and students to start new research in 2-D graphene.
The partnership between North Carolina Central University and Penn State University's Center for Nanoscale Science is designed to increase the participation of underrepresented minorities in materials science with a peer-to-peer "PENNpal" mentoring program.
Initiated more than a decade ago in a predecessor to the PREM program, this partnership has a renewed award. Already, the collaboration has involved more than 100 students in research with PREM faculty, and additional outreach aimed at K-16 has touched thousands.
With a strong focus on nanofibers, this partnership (which began with UT Pan American) has provided research opportunities for 135 students that included incorporating them as scientific presenters and paper collaborators--and also as partners in submitting 12 patent applications (some licensed).
Part of a new partnership, Hampton University will tap into Brandeis' existing research experience with respect to bioinspired soft materials, focusing on developing more targeted drug delivery systems.
This project will build and support a long-term partnership between FSU and NIST. Investigators will collaborate to understand the structure-processing property relationship of nanomaterials.
This project, the Vision for Excellence at NTU in Research and Education in STEM (VENTURES), is a partnership between NTU and the National Science Foundation funded Materials Research Science and Engineering Center at Harvard University.
The mission of our JSU-UCSB PREM program is to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research and education in polymer self-assembly and biological nano-structured materials that will address the future needs of society & will increase the participation of minorities in material science research.
The shared goal of Howard University (HU), Cornell University (CU) Gallaudet University (GU), and Prince George's Community College (PGCC) is to systematically identify and support students from under-represented communities while contributing significantly to nanoscience and engineering research.
The Mission of the Texas State University PREM Center on Interfaces in Materials is to increase participation by underrepresented groups in materials research. The Texas State PREM engages a strong regional demographic by the integration of discovery research into education/outreach activities.
The research emphasis will be on the development of physical models, numerical algorithms and robust simulation techniques.
The main goal of our joint NSF PREM program between the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) to increase the participation of underrepresented minorities in materials research.
The Partnership for Photonic Metamaterials aims to achieve excellence and enhance diversity in materials research and education by the development of formal, long-term, collaborative research and education partnership.
Our goals are to provide the highest quality research and education opportunities in material dynamics, and to use CCNY’s diverse and high-quality student body and research university status to increase participation of under-represented groups in materials science.
The UTPA team envisions the PREM program to be a formal venue to “facilitate the development of formal long term materials research and education relationships” with a DMR center and to develop a formal interaction of Materials Science faculty within the College of Science and Engineering.
The University of Texas at San Antonio in collaboration with its MRSEC Partner, Northwestern University are currently involved in studying and developing biological applications of nanoscale materials. The collaboration between UTSA and NU offers state-of-the-art facilities and expertise.
The Partnership for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) between three Atlanta University Center (AUC) schools and the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) integrates research, education, and student-mentoring.
The primary goal of the Partnership for Research and Education in Materials between Xavier University of Louisiana and the New York University MRSEC is to increase the number of underrepresented minority students who pursue graduate degrees in chemistry, physics, and engineering.
The mission of the Wisconsin - Puerto Rico Partnership for Research and Education in Materials [Wi(PR)2EM] is to strengthen and broaden past collaborations between the University of Wisconsin – Madison (UW) and the University of Puerto Rico.
The NMHU in association with MC established a formal alliance with the STC “Materials and devices for information technology research” – MDITR - (UW, UA and GIT) in 2009.
PREM-Photonic Metamaterials is working hard towards increasing the number of underrepresented minorities pursuing STEM degrees, particularly in Materials Science, through effective recruitment, mentoring, education, and training of African-American students in cutting-edge research programs.
The mission components of partnership between Tuskegee University’s Center for Advanced Materials (T-CAM) and Cornell University’s MRSEC are to form a long term collaborative research program.
The objective of the PREM program is to expand and strengthen the research and educational activities of the multidisciplinary W. M. Keck Computational Materials Theory Center (CMTC) at California State University Northridge (CSUN), a Hispanic-serving institution.
The partnership integrates alliances with local educational institutions, focusing on education and training of minority students, teacher-education, team-based research, and professional development at all levels to result in substantive institutional and infrastructure development.
The Howard/Hopkins/PGCC PREM is establishing a pipeline for training great materials scientists and engineers through world-class research and innovative materials education.
The mission of our JSU-UCSB PREM program is to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research and education in polymer self-assembly and biological nano-structured materials that will address the future needs of society and will increase the participation of minorities in materials science.
The mission of the PENN-UPRH PREM is to broaden participation and enhance diversity in materials science through a partnership in materials research and education between the University of Puerto Rico and the University of Pennsylvania Materials Research Science & Engineering Center.
The program's objectives including To providing opportunities for minority students to participate in Materials Science and Engineering research at FAMU and CMU.
This PREM project created a hub for research on advanced materials based on a structured collaboration among a team of thriving UPRM researchers with their high-level UW partners, so as to establish a platform for excellence in education and research.
The program involves undergraduate, graduate and high school students and postdoctoral fellows who participate in cutting-edge interdisciplinary research coupled with educational seminars, workshops, faculty mentoring and advising, and student presentations at scientific conferences.