Celebrating Our May and December 2020 and May 2021 Graduates
Due to restrictions related to the covid pandemic, the Department wasn’t able to hold in-person graduation ceremonies for students who graduated in May and December of 2020 and in May, 2021. The restrictions are now lifted and we’re going to […]
Welcome to CBE Dr. Sindee L. Simon!
This is a modified version of an article written by Brent Lancaster, Director of Engineering Communications. On July 1, 2021, Dr. Sindee L. Simon, a recognized leader in the area of polymer physics and an experienced educational administrator, joined CBE […]
Good News for Professors Abolhasani and Dickey!
Professors Milad Abolhasani and Michael Dickey recently received very good news and recognitions for their professional accomplishments… First, Prof. Abolhasani was selected to receive funding from the 2022 Chancellor’s Innovation Fund (CIF) to develop and commercialize a device he and […]
New Law of Physics Helps Humans and Robots Grasp the Friction of Touch
This is a slightly modified version of an article written by Matt Shipman, Research Lead in University Communications. Although robotic devices are used in everything from assembly lines to medicine, engineers have a hard time accounting for the friction that […]
On May 13, 2021, one-hundred-forty-one CBE undergraduate students, 50 M.S. students and 27 Ph.D. students received their well-earned Chemical Engineering degrees. Among the undergraduates, 30 participated in the University Scholars Program, the University Honors Program or the CBE Honors Program. […]
The Edna Loretta Nussman Scholarship
This is a slightly modified version of an article that originally appeared on the “College of Engineering News” web site. Alumna Dr. Elizabeth Nance (B.S. ’06) has endowed a scholarship to honor her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Edna Loretta Nussman. The […]