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Sunitha Nagrath promoted to associate professor

In May, the Regents of the University of Michigan approved the promotion of Sunitha Nagrath from assistant professor to associate professor of chemical engineering, with tenure.| Short Read
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In May, the Regents of the University of Michigan approved the promotion of Sunitha Nagrath from assistant professor to associate professor of chemical engineering, with tenure. Nagrath joined the chemical engineering faculty at Michigan in 2010.

Please visit her faculty web page for information about her research and accomplishments at the University of Michigan.

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