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Stephanie (Stone) Schlitter Memorial Scholarship Established December 16, 2014
The Department would like to announce establishment of the Stephanie (Stone) Schlitter Memorial Scholarship. A 2010 graduate, Stephanie led numerous service activities for the Department and was recognized for her outstanding student leadership. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on their volunteer service contributions. If you would like to donate to the fund, please click the "Make a Gift" button to the left, search the fund list for "Chemical and Environmental Engineering Progress Fund", and add a comment indicating the gift is for the Schlitter Memorial Scholarship.
Dean LeBlanc V. The Gingerbread Man December 16, 2014
Dean Steve LeBlanc once again won his annual competition with the Gingerbread man at the Department Holiday Party. Mr. Gingerbread was clearly the first to lose his head!
AIChE Student Chapter ChemE Car Team Places 3rd at Nationals November 25, 2014
The University of Toledo AIChE Student Chapter ChemE Car Team placed third at the national competition held Sunday November 16, 2014 in Atlanta GA as part of the Annual AIChE Meeting. The five-person car team led by Scott Grekowicz was able to stop their car within 9 cm of the target distance of 26 m. Read more in the business section of the November 25, 2014 edition of the Toledo Blade.
AIChE Receives Three Clean Your Streams Awards October 1, 2014
AIChE participated in the 18th Annual Clean Your Streams river clean-up event September 20. A group of 15 students pulled many bags of trash from Swan Creek including 8 shopping carts which required wading into the water. Their efforts earned them the First Place Award for Collegiate Awesome Effort, the Second Place Award for Collegiate Battle of the Bags, and the Third Place Award for Collegiate Most Volunteers - quite a haul. Congratulations AIChE!
Experiments in Space September 30, 2014
Dr. Schall's protein crystallization experiments were carried to the ISS aboard a SpaceX Dragon capsule. This photo shows the capsule just prior to docking.
Professor Schall's Research Launches to the ISS September 22, 2014
Early September 21, protein crystallization experiments from UT took off from the Kennedy Space Center for the International Space Station, culminating a year of preparation. The research is led by Dr. Schall with co-investigators Drs. Ronning, Mueser, and Hanson as well as three graduate students, Steven Dajnowicz, Michael Banco, and Nandu Yanna. The experiments seek to produce neutron diffraction crystals and are supported by a grant from the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS).
Students Receive AIChE Awards September 15, 2014
Congratulations to Ryan Kremer for receipt of the AIChE Donald F. Othmer Sophomore Academic Excellence Award and to Alec Cielinski for receipt of the AIChE Outstanding Freshman Award! Both awards include complimentary registration and $50 travel allowance for attendance at the upcoming 2014 Annual Student Conference.
Faculty Busy This Past Summer September 1, 2014
Professor Kim taught a class in the Petroleum & Petrochemical College of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. He also spent 10 weeks at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton.
Professor Escobar was in the news as an expert on the water woes in Toledo due to elevated microcystins. A list is available on her web page.
Professor Lipscomb was a visiting professor at the National University of Singapore.
Professor Kim Invited to Thailand June 13, 2014
Professor Dong-Shik Kim was invited to teach his Chemical Reaction Engineering course at the Petroleum & Petrochemical College of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. He will be busy this summer as he also plans to spend time at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton.