This summer, the McMorran group welcomes two NSF REU students to the lab, Matthew Bowden and Hannah DeVyldere. Matthew is visiting us from Seattle Pacific University, and will be working with PhD student Jordan Pierce on optimizing the design of diffraction holograms for producing sculpted electron beams. Hannah is visiting us from Linfield College. She first heard about the work in our group when I visited Linfield last year and gave a talk to the undergrads about research at UO. Hannah will be working with PhD student Alice Greenberg on manipulating nanoparticles using holographically sculpted electron beams.