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Engineering Researcher Receives EPSCoR Grant for Electrocatalysis Work
Research will provide a scientific basis for improving battery materials and electrocatalysts for polymer recycling and water treatment.
Gift to Honor Turpin's Impact in Chemical Engineering
Four family members who all hold degrees in chemical engineering have come together to honor the life of beloved professor and mentor Jim Turpin.
Journal Article Outlines 'Ten Rules for Women Principal Investigators During a Pandemic'
The article, developed by associate professor Shannon Servoss and colleagues across the country, describes how to navigate some of the challenges that come with doing research during a pandemic.
Engineering Cooperative Education Course Registration Opens Today
The course is a great opportunity for engineering, computer science and data science students planning to participate in a full-time or part-time internship next semester.
Chemical Engineering Professor Honored for Outreach, Teaching
Natacha Souto Melgar, teaching assistant professor of chemical engineering, is the first recipient of the AIChE Separations Division Education and Outreach Award since 2016.
Almodovar Honored for Cell Manufacturing Work
Jorge Almodovar, assistant professor of chemical engineering, has been recognized for his work in cell manufacturing by Oak Ridge Associated Universities, a national consortium of universities.
Servoss and Thallapuranam to Jointly Serve as Co-Directors of Undergraduate Research
Shannon Servoss, associate professor of chemical engineering, and Suresh Thallapuranam, professor of biochemistry, will co-direct undergraduate research at the university.
Engineering Drive Raises More Than $379,000 to Support Students
A two-day giving drive in the College of Engineering raised more than $379,000 to support students during COVID-19.
Chemical Engineering Student Group Forms Virtual Study Lounge
A group of students in the Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering created a way to come to together to study, do homework and build community while social distancing.
Engineering Giving Drive Continues Wednesday
The College of Engineering's 50 For Our Future giving drive continues Wednesday, Sept. 16, for alumni and friends to support students during COVID-19.