Swalm School Welcomes New Professor

The Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering is pleased to welcome Dr. Santanu Kundu as a new faculty member. Please view his website for information about his work at: http://www.che.msstate.edu/people/faculty/santanu-kundu/

Adebola Coker wins award

CHE grad student Adebola Coker has won a winter scholarship award from the Southern Automotive Women’s Forum sponsored by the Manufacturers Industrial Group.

2011 CHE Newsletter Now Online

The 2011 CHE Newsletter is now online – click here to view it and have a great holiday season!  

Congrats to December Graduates

The Swalm School of Chemical Engineering is pleased to congratulate the following degree candidates for the fall commencement (Dec. 9): B.S. – Robert Eldridge, Kamal Lamichane Upadhyaya, Daniel Landrum, James Wright Ph.D. – Gang Huang, Emmanuel Revellame

Dow Chemical Company donation to support CHE programs

The Dow Chemical Company has provided a donation of $7,200 to the Swalm School of Chemical Engineering to support design projects, student laboratory projects, and student organizations. We are thankful for this support!

MSU Wastewater Technology Licensed

An innovative wastewater technology developed at Mississippi State is entering the international energy market as part of a licensing agreement with a Canadian company. The university’s Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer recently formed an agreement with Montreal-based New Forest Industries to use technology created by Rafael Hernandez and Todd French, associate professors in the […]

Society of Petroleum Engineers Scholars to be Recognized

CHE students Joshua Tucker, Clint Diamond, and John Wright will be honored for their scholarships from the Mississippi Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers at their January 11, 2012 meeting in Jackson, MS. The School of Chemical Engineering is grateful to the section for their support and are proud of our students for their […]

Gift Adds to CHE Endowment

The Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering has received a gift of $225,000 from the Milliken Foundation to be added to the Earnest W. Deavenport, Jr. Chair. This gift will help improve the visibility of the chemical engineering program and in our quest for excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.

Well Engineering Topic of AIChE Student Chapter Meeting

On November 9 at 4:30pm Shell Oil will give a talk on Well Engineering in the Eastman Auditorium of the Swalm Chemical Engineering Building. Food will be provided!

CHE Senior Wins Co-op Award

Senior CHE student Mary Ann Murdock was named co-op student of the year. She did her co-ops with Ergon, Inc. Also nominated were CHE students Bonnie O’Neal and John Wright.