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Affordable lead sensor for home, city water lines
Citizens could become water quality watchdogs and monitor lead contamination at their own taps with new electronic sensors.
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Michael Solomon selected for interim posts
Will serve as Interim Dean of Rackham Graduate School and Interim Vice Provost of Academic Affairs
New faculty award established in honor of Professor Scott Fogler
This award will be presented alongside the other prestigious awards at the College’s annual faculty honors program.
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Sunitha Nagrath co-directs new U-M Cancer Core
Core is designed to facilitate investigators with experimental design, rare cell procurement and single cell analysis
Sharon Glotzer named next Chemical Engineering chair
Glotzer’s academic stature and the impact of her research is reflected in numerous, noteworthy distinctions.
CHE NSF and NDSEG graduate fellowship recipients
This program supports outstanding students with high potential in science, technology, engineering and mathematics early in their graduate training.
Welcome to Bryan Goldsmith and Nirala Singh
The Department of Chemical Engineering welcomes two new assistant professors, Bryan Goldsmith and Nirala Singh.
Ralph Yang named Distinguished University Professor
Professor Ralph Yang has been appointed the John B. Fenn Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, effective September 1, 2017.
Eniola Adefeso receives University honor and promotion to professor
Lola Eniola Adefeso has been named a Senior Fellow of the Michigan Society of Fellows by President Mark Schlissel.
Ron Larson receives outstanding achievement award
Ron Larson, the George Granger Brown and A.H. White Distinguished University Professor of Chemical Engineering has received the 2017 Department of Chemical Engineering Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award.
Onajite Shemi: Contributing to the field of research
Doctoral candidate Onajite Shemi came to Michigan Engineering to develop new skills as a chemical engineer and explore what she can contribute to the field of research.
Corine Jackman: Helping women worldwide
Doctoral candidate Corine Jackman combines her love of biology and nature with her chemical engineering skills to improve human health.