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Jeremy Munday Receives 2017 Clark School Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award

Jeremy Munday Receives 2017 Clark School Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award


Prof. Jeremy Munday (ECE/IREAP) was selected to receive the 2017 Clark School Junior Faculty Outstanding Research Award.

This award is given to a faculty member at or below the rank of Associate Professor, in recognition of research impact and quality during the past 5 years. The award, which includes a plaque and monetary award, was presented to Prof. Munday at the Clark School Faculty Dinner. This award recognizes Jeremy's research contributions in the fields of optics, photonics, nanosystems, and energy.  

Congratulations to Prof. Munday on this very well-deserved recognition!

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September 19, 2017


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