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Five WIM students (2 first-year, 2 second-year, and 1 third-year) attended the Materials Research Society Meeting in San Francisco in April 2009 with Prof. Goldberg and presented their poster, Degradation of Ir(ppy)2(dtb-bpy)PF6 iTMC OLEDs.
As a result of their participation in the Women in Materials program, students gain exceptional experience with instrumentation, which enhances their acceptance rate for admission into highly selective REU programs. (REU denotes the Research Experience for Undergraduates program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation and offered at a number of research universities around the country.) WIM students have had a remarkable success rate for admission into these programs. For example, over the past four years WIM students have been awarded REU fellowships at Columbia University, University of Washington, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, John Hopkins University, and Cornell University.