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Sep 01, 2010

New Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Edgar Goluch

DiPietro Assistant ProfessorThe Department of Chemical Engineering welcomes Dr. Edgar Goluch, the newest faculty member, who will be joining us in the fall 2010 semester. Dr. Goluch was attracted to the Department due to its focus on interdisciplinary research and its eagerness towards expansion. Dr. Edgar Goluch received his B.S. in chemical engineering from the […]

Chemical Engineering

Aug 30, 2010

Murthy Selected as Emerging Investigator

ChE Assistant Professor Shashi Murthy was selected for publication in a special edition of Lab on a Chip which features the top 22 Emerging Investigators of 2010 in the field of microsystems and microfluidics.

Chemical Engineering

Jul 19, 2010

Extracting the Cure from Flowers

ChE Associate Professor Carolyn Lee-Parsons has received a $550K NSF grant to increase the production of highly-valued medicinal alkaloids from the Madagascar periwinkle plant.

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering

May 27, 2010

Trying to Save the Forest

The Gordon Engineering Leadership Program has provided ChE Freshman Kassi Stein an opportunity to create a sensor that would identify the presence of the destructive Asian longhorn beetle in trees.

Chemical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Gordon Engineering Leadership Program

Apr 28, 2010

Congratulations Alex Avekians

ChE graduate student Alex Avekians won the first place student poster award at the recent Electrochemical Society conference for the paper “Enhancement of ORR by Electrodeposited CoFePt Multilayered Alloys”.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 23, 2010

Sacco Awarded Distinguished Chemist

Professor Albert Sacco, Jr. has received the 2010 Distinguished Chemist Award by the New England Institute of Chemists.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 22, 2010

Congratulations Katherine Ziemer

Chemical Engineering Associate Professor Katherine Ziemer received the Vice President’s Award for Outstanding Advisor Involvement for her work with the AIChE student group.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 09, 2010

Murthy Awarded $1.9M Grant

ChE Assistant Professor Shashi Murthy has been awarded a $1.9M R01 grant from NIH to create a new generation of microfluidic systems that are capable of isolating key cell types, such as stem and progenitor cells, for use in regenerative medicine.

Chemical Engineering