On May 1st and 2nd, Dr. Clovis Linkous, professor of Materials; Stephen Rhoden, a post-doctoral associate; and Feroze Khan, Ph.D. Materials graduate student, all from the Chemistry Department, attended the annual Ohio Fuel Cell Corridor (OFCC) meeting at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, OH. Speakers from inside and outside the state, corporate and university came to report their successes in promoting the use of fuel cells as a power source in remote, stationary, and mobile applications. Part of the meeting involved an exhibit hall, where vendors could set up a booth and advertise their product or service. Member universities were, likewise, invited to set up a table and advertise their involvement in fuel cell and alternative energy research. YSU agreed to set up a table and supplied many passers-by with descriptions of the STEM College and its programs, especially the Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering program, and reprints of fuel cell-related publications.