Michigan Nano Tech Enterprise
This fall there will be a new component of The
Enterprise Program at Michigan
Tech, advised by Drs. John
Jaszczak and Steve
Brochure (HTML) | Brochure (DOC)
Application for Summer Research Appointment
NSF - Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education
Michigan Technological University
Application (DOC) | Application (PDF)
Return applications to Dr. John Jaszczak
DEADLINE: March 29, 2004
Fall Semester 2003
Updated Sept. 30, 2003
Nanotechnology and Innovations in the Medical Field:
Applying the Precautionary Principle to Smart Drugs
- Assignment (HTML)
- Assignment and Article (DOC)
- Web article: http://www.crnano.org/precautionary.htm
Proposed Course Activities for NUE Students
- Preparing course modules and related problems sets on nanoscience for
students enrolled in the first-year physics sequence and in chemistry
- Developing course modules and problems sets for the existing two-semester
introductory course, Fundamentals of Engineering.
- Offer a course in the required, first-semester, first-year general
education course called Perspectives on Inquiry, exploring nanoscience
- Introduce a new, team-taught, interdisciplinary course, Fundamentals
of Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
- A Nanotechnology Speaker/Lecture Series
- Develop modules or units in second-year courses that focus on the science
and engineering applications of nanotechnology.
- Use an existing social science course to provide an opportunity to
examine in detail the societal implications nanoscience and technology.
- Undergraduate research experiences.
- Development of Independent-study Courses for sophomore and juniors
to expose the students on various aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.