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Scientists Lead New Efforts to Enhance Sustainability of Produce Supply Chains
Marty Matlock will co-lead a strategic dialogue today regarding new efforts to enhance the productivity, resilience and sustainability of domestic fruit and vegetable supply chains.
Chemical Engineering Re-Launches Distinguished Lecture Series with Diversity in STEM
Felecia Nave, provost at Prairie View A&M University, will discuss diversity in the STEM fields from 10:30-11:45 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Wickramasinghe Co-Chairs International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes
Professor Ranil Wickramasinghe was one of two meeting organizers for the International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes 2017, held in San Francisco and attended by university students.
Engineering Student Earns Travel Award to Present Research
Jessica Morris, a doctoral student in the chemical engineering program, has been awarded a travel grant to present research on hazardous gases at an upcoming conference.
NSF Funds Project to Create Commercial Fertilizer Out of Wastewater Nutrients
University of Arkansas researchers are part of the technology design and life-cycle analysis to convert wastewater byproduct to fertilizer.
Engineering Professor Selected as Associate Editor of Nanotechnology Journal
Donald Keith Roper, associate professor of chemical engineering, has been named associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology.
Award Supports Novel Methods to Produce Ammonia and Hydrogen
The National Science Foundation has awarded $450,000 to Jingyi Chen and Lauren Greenlee to develop alternative processes for producing ammonia.
Engineering Faculty Recognized by American Society for Engineering Education
Ed Clausen and Norman Dennis of the College of Engineering were recognized at the 2017 Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Society for Engineering Education.
Chemical Engineering Student Recognized by American Association of University Women
Humeyra Ulusoy-Erol, a doctoral student in chemical engineering, has been selected to receive an AAUW International Doctoral Fellowship from the American Association of University Women.
College of Engineering Honors Outstanding Students
On Tuesday, May 2, the College of Engineering recognized numerous students at the annual Student Awards and Honors Reception.