Kaoutar Abbou Oucherif Invited to Talk at the 2013 AAPS Annual Meeting
Graduate Student Kaoutar Abbou Oucherif was invited to talk at the Graduate Student Symposium in Manufacturing Science & Engineering to be held at the 2013 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition, November 10 - November 14, in San Antonio, Texas.
The program is designed to recognize excellence in graduate education in the fields of Manufacturing Science & Engineering. The Manufacturing Science & Engineering section of AAPS supports the continuation of excellence in education in the fields of pharmaceutical sciences. On the basis of submitted abstracts and summaries, only two students were selected to present their research in the Graduate Symposium in Manufacturing Science & Engineering at the AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition. Selection was made on the basis of those students judged by the committee to have provided the most outstanding contributions in the above fields through their graduate research. Each student selected will receive a cash award of $250, commemorative plaque and a complimentary 2013 AAPS Annual Meeting registration. The cash award and a commemorative plaque will be presented at the conclusion of the Symposium. In addition, travel expenses will be reimbursed (up to $1,000 domestic/$1,500 international) following the meeting.
Kaoutar Abbou Oucherif joined the School of Chemical Engineering in Spring 2010 and is advised by Professor Jim Litster.