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!

Keith Elected Division Chair

Dr. Jason M. Keith has been elected as chair of the Education Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. This is a two-year appointment which will begin in November 2013.

Neeraj Rai Receives Cray Computer Access

Dr. Neeraj Rai has received 200,000 Service Units (SUs) – about an hour of compuational time each – of start up allocation on Cray XT5 “Kraken” system with a peak performance of 1.15 petaFLOP at National Institute for Computational Sciences located on Oak Ridge National Laboratory Campus. This award is made through Extreme Science and […]

Keisha Walters Named Interim Associate Dean

Keisha B. Walters was named the college’s interim associate dean for strategic initiatives. The position has been established to assist Dean Achille Messac in implementing newly developed programs meant to drive the mission of the college forward. More information is available here.

Dr. Hill Receives NSF Grant

Dr. Priscilla Hill has received a grant of $200,000 from the National Science Foundation entitled “NUE: Multifunctional Nanostructures for Integrated Electrical, Chemical, Mechanical, and Geological Applications: A Multidisciplinary Laboratory Education Program.” Dr. Hill’s co-PI’s include Dr. Carlen Hennington (Counseling and Educational Psychology), Dr. Brenda Kirkland (Geosciences), Dr. Yaroslav Koshka (Electrical and Computer Engineering), and Dr. […]

Dr. Toghiani receives promotion

Congratulations to recently promoted Professor Hossein Toghiani, effective fall 2013!

July 2013 Newsletter Available

The July 2013 Newsletter is now available at this location.