Biofuels Research Described in Innovation Article

The Clarion-Ledger published an article about innovation in state research universities. The story described biofuels research by Dr. Todd French of the Swalm School of Chemical Engineering. The full story is here.

AIChE Student Chapter Profiled

The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was profiled on the Mississippi State University home page, in recognition of their 13th Consecutive Outstanding Student Chapter Award. You can see the story here. Congratulations!

Faculty Search in Chemical Engineering

FACULTY POSITION MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY The Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering at Mississippi State University invites applications for up to four tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level, with the appointments to begin August 16, 2014. Applicants must have a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering, with a Ph.D. in […]

Shumaker Selected for Presidential Commission

CHE Office Associate Sandra Shumaker has been appointed to the President’s Council for the Status of Minorities at Mississippi State. She will serve for three years. Congratulations, Sandra!

CHE Welcomes Three New Staff Members

This fall we welcome three new research staff members to the Swalm School of Chemical Engineering. As such, we take a moment to welcome them. – Dr. Badamkhand Sukhbaatar is originally from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She came to the United States in 2006 and has been associated with MSU ever since. Currently, she is working as […]

Dr. Neeraj Rai Recieves NERSC Startup Allocation

CHE faculty member Dr. Neeraj Rai has received an Allocation Year 2013 Startup award from the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) entitled: “Medium Effects on Biomass Transformations”. Dr. Rai’s award includes 50,000 Cray XT4-equivalent hours and 1,000 SRU’s (storage units). NERSC is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Thirteen in a Row for AIChE

The AIChE student chapter has received the Outstanding Student Chapter award for the 13th consecutive year (for the 2012-13 academic year), and stands as one of only a few chapters selected among more than 160 national and now over 20 international student chapters. Congratulations!

Walters Receives New Funding

CHE faculty member Dr. Keisha Walters has received $88,208 from the National Science Foundation for a project Multiscale Simulation of Biological Systems. This is new funding as part of a larger NSF EPSCoR project. Congrats, Dr. Walters!

Keith Selected for Advisory Role

CHE director Dr. Jason Keith has been selected to serve a two-year term to the TVA Regional Energy Resource Council. TVA established the Regional Energy Resource Council to obtain advice and views from the public and private sectors and individuals interested in the development and management of energy resources in the Tennessee Valley. The Council […]

French Elected to Safety Committee

Congratulations to Dr. Todd French for being appointed to the MSU Radiation, Chemical, and Laboratory Safety Committee!