Our Sponsors

  • NSF Biomaterials
  • NSF DMREF
  • NSF Solid State Chemistry

Funding News

Nov 2017 Ph. D. student Qijue Wang receives the International Student Opportunity Award from the Reves Center for International Studies, William and Mary.
Aug 2015 The National Science Foundation (NSF) has made a 4-year, $324,000 award from the DMREF program (Designing Materials to Revolutionize and Engineer our Future) to Prof. Schniepp, starting Oct. 2015. thum_nsf.jpg
Aug 2015 Ph. D. student Qijue Wang receives a 2015 Fall Graduate Studies Advisory Board Recruitment Fellowship.
Aug 2014 Ph. D. student Sean Koebley receives a 2014–2015 Graduate STEM Research Fellowship, Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC).
Aug 2014 Ph. D. student Qijue Wang receives a 2014 Fall Graduate Studies Advisory Board Recruitment Fellowship.
May 2014 Prof. Schniepp is the recipient of an NSF CAREER Award from the U. S. National Science Foundation (award # DMR-1352542). The award will provide a total of $450,000 over 5 years to investigate the ribbon silk of the loxosceles spider. thum_nsf.jpg
Aug 2012 Ph. D. student Sean Koebley receives 2012-2013 Graduate STEM Research Fellowship, Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC).
Jun 2011 Prof. Schniepp is the recipient of an NSF EAEER Award from the U. S. National Science Foundation (award # DMR-1111030). The award will provide $46,000 over 12 months to investigate Graphene Oxide as a next-generation photoelectronic material with an adjustable band gap. thum_nsf.jpg
Apr 2011 Congratulations to our team member Eric Yang, who was selected to receive a Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) Undergraduate Research Scholarship for the 2011–2012 academic year.
Dec 2010 The Schniepp group receives a research grant from the Thomas F. Jeffress and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust. The funds will greatly enhance our silk project. thum_silk.jpg
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