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IGERT Program: 2000-2011
An initial IGERT award was granted to founding directors Viola Vogel and Charlie Campbell in 2000 to establish the Optional Ph.D. program in Nanotechnology. In September 2005, NSF announced that the Center for Nanotechnology would receive a renewal $3.2 million over five years to support graduate student fellows in its interdisciplinary nanotechnology program. The program, led by UW physics professor Marjorie Olmstead involved partners at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Don Baer is the PNNL Co-PI on the NSF/NIH project. The PNNL component of the education program rested in the ability of PNNL to host NSF funded students for either a training quarter or for parts of their thesis work.
UW NSF-IGERT Program in Nanotechnology, Autumn 2004 (click to read a pdf version)
Presentations at IGERT Site Visit, Autumn 2003
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