Eniola-Adefeso is one of two directors at-large elected to the AIMBE Board of Directors. She began her term April 1, 2021.
Lola Eniola-Adefeso elected to AIMBE Board of Directors
ChE in top 10 in new U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings
Consistently ranked among the nation’s best chemical engineering departments, U-M has risen to 10 in the latest U.S. News & World Report’s annual graduate program rankings.
Sunitha Nagrath elected fellow of AIMBE
Nagrath is recognized for her pioneering work on microfluidic technologies for circulating tumor cells isolation and genotyping leading to novel cancer treatments.
Electron transfer discovery is a step toward viable grid-scale batteries
The liquid electrolytes in flow batteries provide a bridge to help carry electrons into electrodes, and that changes how chemical engineers think about efficiency.
ChE stands united against racism
Sharon Glotzer, the Anthony C. Lembke Department Chair of Chemical Engineering, addresses the ChE community and shares support for the Black Lives Matter movement
Dr. Susan Montgomery retires from Chemical Engineering after 27 years
Montgomery transitions to a three-year period of phased retirement during which she will serve the College of Engineering as an academic coach
2019 Weber Lecture celebrates legacy of Professor Emeritus Walt Weber, Jr.
ChE PhD alumnus Abhaya K. Datye delivers first Weber Lecture since death of event’s namesake
Two awards grant more than 1.5 million hours on two of the world’s fastest supercomputers
One is a competitive U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science award that will power Michigan Engineering research by providing more than 1.5 million node hours combined on two of the world’s most powerful supercomputers.
Fei Wen named to 2018 Class of Influential Researchers
Wen is among the 29 engineers and scientists from laboratories in North America, Europe, and Asia identified as influential, early-career researchers based on the quality and impact of their research.
Revealing the demise of native American dogs
Around 15,000 years ago, man’s best friend followed humans—most likely from Siberia—into North America, according to new findings from an international team of researchers.
Nicholas Kotov receives Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship
He is one of 11 faculty scientists and engineers nationwide selected for the 2018 fellow class
Four ChE students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Two graduate and two undergraduate students are National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship recipients.
Linic, global delegation release solar energy research recommendations
Coral reefs are losing color and the ability to fight disease. Glaciers are melting and sea levels are rising at accelerated rates, spurring increased flooding along coastlines.
Building community: Chemical Engineering PhD student creates space for LGBTQ engineers
Moran is a mentor for LGBTQ engineering students at the University of Michigan and the architect behind several inclusive programs across campus and the United States.
Nicholas Kotov wins gold in inaugural global academic technology award
Nicholas A. Kotov, the Joseph B. and Florence V. Cejka Professor of Chemical Engineering, is one of five “Gold Prize” award winners in the 2018 Mobile World Scholar Challenge.