Fifth-year Macromolecular Science and Engineering (MACR) graduate student Camden Chatham won the Graduate School's 2020 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student award. 

Chatham, who is advised by Professor Christopher Williams in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, studies the structure-property-process interplay between polymers and polymer bed fusion additive manufacturing systems. 

Chatham has also been honored by MII as a recipient of the Garth L. Wilkes Interdisciplinary Student Scholar award. 

This marks the second year in a row that a MACR student has won this honor from the Graduate School, after Alex Haring in Blake Johnson's group in 2019.