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I received the following note from Kirsten Reberg-Horton, Program Assistant,
NSF Green Processing Undergraduate Research Program:

North Carolina State University's Department of Chemical Engineering
announces the third summer offering the NSF Green Processing Undergraduate
Research Program.
For ten weeks during the summer of 2002, eighteen students will travel to
NCSU to be engaged in one of the most exciting, rapidly developing areas of
research - "Green" Processing, in one of the most active research centers in
the country, Research Triangle Park.  Faculty from Chemical Engineering,
Textiles, Wood and Paper Science and Civil Engineering will mentor research
projects in topics ranging from "solventless" polymerization processes to
biocatalysis for "clean" chemical production.  Students in the program will
interact with students and faculty in the Kenan Center for the Utilization
of Carbon Dioxide in Manufacturing and the NSF Science and Technology Center
(STC) for Environmentally Responsible Solvents and Processes, both located
at NCSU.
Participants are given a $3,300 summer stipend and housing is provided. The
program this summer is June 2 - August 9, 2002.  Applications are due on
March 14. For complete application packets, and to learn more about the
program, please visit our website at www.che.ncsu.edu/reu/
<http://www.che.ncsu.edu/reu/>  .



Debbie Beaudreau
Staff Associate, Student Chapters
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
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