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Student named university's first Lawrence scholar, researching at national laboratory
Date:4/4/2013

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During his time at Kansas State University, Frye is continuing research with his adviser James Edgar, professor and head of the department of chemical engineering. As part of Edgar's research team, Frye is working on semiconductors that can be used for radiation detection.

"The Lawrence scholar program is a wonderful opportunity for Clint to work at one of the world's best research facilities," Edgar said. "While at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Clint will have access to excellent materials synthesis and characterization facilities and experts in the field of his research. This experience will greatly advance and amplify Clint's research and should help our work to gain wider recognition. This experience will help to achieve K-State's 2025 goal of being recognized as a Top 50 public research university."

Being named a Lawrence scholar also helps propel Frye's career goals of working in a research laboratory. He said he was looking forward to building his academic network and developing new collaborations.

"This is what I want to do and it is a fantastic opportunity at one of the world's premier laboratories," Frye said. "It will enable me to do research that I might not be able to do anywhere in the country or the world."


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Contact: Clint Frye
cdfrye@k-state.edu
Kansas State University
Source:Eurekalert

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