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Stein Luminary awarded funding for its work with Idaho National Laboratory

Boise State’s Center for Advanced Energy Studies recently awarded the Stein Luminary $10,000 for its work with the Idaho National Laboratory and software engineers to create content for the Center for Atomically Thin Multifunctional Coatings Industry Advisory Board, also known as ATOMIC IAB, conference this fall. As an awardee, the Luminary will support faculty and student projects and initiatives that correspond with the vision and mission of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies. The School of the Arts, along with the College of Arts and Sciences, look forward to learning more about the innovation, research, and cutting-edge programming that will come out of this cross-campus collaboration.