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As senior student pursuing her bachelor's degree in metallurgical engineering and master's degree in materials science, Teneil Ryno has been awarded Mary R. Norton Memorial Scholarship from ASTM International Committee E04 on Metallography. This accomplished student has participated in research efforts for aerospace applications used by Department of Defense, worked as metallurgical engineering intern, and conducted research through European Project Semester program.
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Teneil Ryno Receives Scholarship from ASTM International Metallography Committee
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-Teneil Ryno, a student in the College of Engineering at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, S.D., has been awarded the Mary R. Norton Memorial Scholarship from ASTM International Committee E04 on Metallography.
Established in 1975, the Mary R. Norton Memorial Scholarship Award for Women encourages female college seniors or first-year graduate students to pursue the study of physical metallurgy or materials science, with an emphasis on the relationship between microstructure and properties.
A senior who is pursuing a bachelor's degree in metallurgical engineering and a master's degree in materials science, Ryno is an accomplished student who has participated in research efforts for aerospace applications used by the Department of Defense. In 2008, she worked as a metallurgical engineering intern in the heat treatment operations department for larger series tractors at Deere & Co. in Molline, Ill. After completing her internship, she traveled to Norway to conduct research through the multicultural program known as European Project Semester (EPS).
Ryno is a student member of ASM International, the Association for Iron and Steel Technology, the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, and the American Ceramic Society.
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