The NSAC correspondent program began this year to help connect NSAC executive committee with NSAC graduate student members. This program recruits one NSAC correspondent from each Birck Nanotechnology office to help in promoting NSAC activities and objectives. NSAC plans regular social events such as research and awareness trips to national labs and university and research seminars, which are very helpful for student social interaction as well as professional development.
NSAC correspondents’ primarily responsibilities include promoting NSAC social, Research and professional development program in their offices to increase the participation. In addition, NSAC correspondents are asked to volunteer in the management and coordination of NSAC events.
Please feel free to contact Pankaj Jha@ email@example.com to get involved in NSAC Correspondent or if you have any suggestions.