AMRI Newsletters

  • AMRIDecember 2017 Volume 15 Issue 4

    The Fall semester has surely proven productive for AMRI undergraduates and graduate students!

  • AMRISeptember 2017 Volume 15 Issue 3

    The Institute has had a productive quarter and our faculty, students, and staff are progressing well.

  • AMRIJune 2017 Volume 15 Issue 2

    Greetings! This last quarter has brought an exciting "advance" to AMRI.

  • AMRIMarch 2017 Volume 15 Issue 1

    Greetings! This last quarter has gone well. We successfully completed our annual review and have been working…

  • AMRIDecember 2016 Volume 14 Issue 4

    Greetings all. Mardi Gras season is gearing up and that means we are about to have our annual review.

  • AMRISeptember 2016 | Volume 14, Issue 3

    AMRI is expanding – the Departments of Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering have successfully completed faculty searches and both have hired new faculty with interests in materials.

  • AMRIJune 2016 | Volume 14, Issue 2

    AMRI is expanding – the Departments of Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering have successfully completed faculty searches and both have hired new faculty with interests in materials.

  • AMRIMarch 2016 | Volume 14, Issue 1

    AMRI has been quite active in the first quarter of 2016.

  • AMRIDecember 2015 | Volume 13, Issue 4

    Dr. John Wiley recently hosted Pierre Champagne at the AMRI laboratories on Wednesday, January 5, 2016.

  • AMRISeptember 2015 | Volume 13, Issue 3

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor John B. Wiley as the new Director of AMRI.

  • AMRIJune 2015 | Volume 13, Issue 2

    Scientists at the University of New Orleans look to put a new ‘spin’ on technology.

  • AMRIMarch 2015 | Volume 13, Issue 1

    AMRI faculty, researchers, and students all gathered together at the Lindy Boggs Conference Center on Thursday, February 12, 2015 for an event. The occasion was the Annual AMRI Mardi Gras Review held every year.

  • AMRIDecember 2014 | Volume 12, Issue 4

    Dr. John Wiley and Jennifer Tickle set up the AMRI exhibit recently at the Get to Know UNO Day. This event was sponsored by the University Office of Enrollment Services on Saturday, November 22, 2014.

  • Alexis de Tocqueville ProjectOctober 2014 | Volume 12, Issue 3

    As we begin a new school year, 2014-2015, I want to take this opportunity to thank all of our researchers, collaborators, sponsors and students for the continued interest and support of our research activities at AMRI.

  • Alexis de Tocqueville ProjectJuly 2014 | Volume 12, Issue 2

    The 2014 AMRI/Chemistry Summer Outreach Research Program began on May 22 with the undergraduate students, who were joined by the high school students and high school teachers on June 2, and will continue through July 25, when the program closes with a poster session and a cook-out lunch.

  • Alexis de Tocqueville ProjectApril 2014 | Volume 12, Issue 1

    AMRI research programs, including the current LASIGMA project and the Summer Outreach Program, were presented. AMRI industrial collaborators Scott Yano, Lakeshore Cryotronics, and Timothy Langan, Surface Treatment Technologies, also gave presentations. Following the Review, 21 research posters of AMRI graduate students were put on display for the 60 attendants.

  • Alexis de Tocqueville ProjectDecember 2013 | Volume 11, Issue 4

    AMRI faculty, students and staff joined the Chemistry Department on Friday, November 22, 2013, to celebrate the spirit of Thanksgiving. Everyone gathered in the Chemistry lounge and enjoyed a potluck style dinner including the traditional turkey as well as various international dishes brought by graduate students. Thanks to all who contributed to making this event a tasty success!

  • Alexis de Tocqueville ProjectOctober 2013 | Volume 11, Issue 3

    The 2013 AMRI Summer Outreach Program began on May 28 for undergraduate participants, and June 3 for high school student and teacher participants. This year there were 28 participants: 18 undergraduates, 2 high school teachers, and 8 high school students. Ten UNO faculty members from AMRI, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Physics acted as mentors: Drs. Matt Tarr, Gabriel Caruntu, Zhengchang Liu, Leszek Malkinski, Steven Rick, Leonard Spinu, Ed Stevens, Kevin Stokes, John Wiley, and Weilie Zhou.