Prof. Dobbins serves on the interim planning committee for the African Light Source. A workshop to develop the roadmap for the light source was held on Nov 16-20, 2015 at the ESRF (Grenoble, FRANCE).
Prof. Dobbins interviewed about Materials Voice by MRS TV along with Ron Kelley. Video of the interview can be viewed here.
Thanks to a grant of $280.000 from the National Science Foundation (principal investigator: Prof. Dobbins), Rowan University will purchase a Combination Raman and FTIR Spectrometer.
Professor Dobbins profiled in "Infrastructure and Materials - Transportation" section of South Jersey Tech Park at Rowan University.
Prof. Dobbins hosted exchange student, Shotaro Chiba, from Hokkaido University in Japan.
Undergraudate student researcher in the Dobbins' laboratory, Zachary Buck, spent three months at Hokkaido University in Japan.
Prof. Dobbins appointed as the Rowan University representative to the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU) Advisory Board.
American Ceramic Society Bulletin article announces that three junior faculty members including Tabbetha Dobbins, Robert Kile and Haiyan Wang has received 2009 CAREER awards from NSF in the U.S.
Prof. Dobbins, representing the College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, is recipient of the Penn State University Alumni Achievement Award.