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Mark A. Burns

Burns is a ChE Professor You Should Know

Mark Burns was named one of "25 Chemical Engineering Professors You Should Know" by Online Engineering Programs. The faculty were selected in recognition of their contributions to chemical engineering academia.|Short Read
Sunitha Nagrath

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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2016 National Science Foundation Fellowship recipients

Three ChE graduate students are named NSF Fellows|Short Read
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Kotov wins the Stephanie L. Kwolek Award

The Kwolek Award is to recognize exceptional contributions to the area of materials chemistry.|Short Read
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Scott Fogler receives honorary degree

Fogler is the first chemical engineer to receive an honorary doctorate from the URV.|Short Read
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Suljo Linic wins the Michigan Catalysis Society Parravano Award

Linic will give an Award Keynote Lecture at the 37th Annual Michigan Catalysis Society Spring Symposium|Short Read
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In Memoriam: Stuart W. Churchill

Dr. Stuart W. Churchill, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania and former University of Michigan faculty member.|Short Read
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In Memoriam: Dale E. Briggs

He died on March 17, 2016 at the age of 85 after living a long, productive, and inspirational life. |Short Read
Sharon C. Glotzer

Glotzer to give inaugural Distinguished University Lecture

Sharon C. Glotzer, the new John Werner Cahn Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, will deliver a lecture on November 5, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. in the Founders Room at the Alumni Center.|Short Read

Scott Fogler’s 25/50/75 Celebration

Scott Fogler's colleagues, students, and 35 former students honored him in May with a 25/50/75 symposium and dinner, where they celebrated 25 years of Scott’s book as the dominant textbook in chemical reaction engineering, his 50 years at the University of Michigan, and his 75th birthday. |Medium Read
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Pablo retires after 28 years in Chemical Engineering

Pablo LaValle retired from the University last spring after 28 years as senior engineer and undergraduate lab manager for the department. |Short Read