Chris Bowman in lab

Professor Chris Bowman Elected to National Academy of Medicine

Oct. 16, 2017

Chris Bowman with award plaque

Professor Christopher Bowman Receives Herman F. Mark Scholar Award

Oct. 2, 2017

Professor Christopher Bowman is the recipient of the 2017 Herman F. Mark Scholar Award from the American Chemical Society’s Polymer Chemistry Division. Bowman, a CU Distinguished Professor and Patten Endowed Chair, joined the faculty in 1992 and served as founding director of the Materials Science and Engineering Program at CU... Read more »
Al Weimer

Professor Alan Weimer Earns AIChE Lifetime Achievement Award for Particle Technology

Sept. 18, 2017

Professor Alan Weimer in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for Particle Technology from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The award recognizes Weimer’s lifetime of scientific achievement, including fundamental understanding, discovery, engineering scale-up and commercialization of processes to synthesize ultrafine ceramic powders... Read more »
Rob Davis

Professor Robert Davis wins CU Boulder alumni award

June 7, 2017

The CU Boulder Alumni Association has named Professor and Dean Emeritus Robert H. Davis a 2017 Robert L. Stearns Alumni Award winner. Davis joined the chemical engineering faculty in 1983 and served as dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science from 2002-17. The Stearns Award was initiated in... Read more »
Chris Bowman in lab

Professor Christopher Bowman named Distinguished Research Lectureship honoree

June 7, 2017

CU Boulder’s Research & Innovation Office has named Professor Chris Bowman as one of two 2017 Distinguished Research Lectureship honorees. Bowman was nominated by his peers and chosen unanimously by a faculty panel. He will receive a $2,000 stipend and will present a lecture in fall 2017 or spring 2018... Read more »
Anushree Chatterjee

Assistant Professor Anushree Chatterjee Wins DARPA Young Faculty Award

April 18, 2017

Assistant Professor Anushree Chatterjee has won a 2017 Young Faculty Award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The program works to identify and engage junior faculty members across the United States to introduce them to Department of Defense needs and opportunities. Through funding, mentoring and industry contacts, the... Read more »
John Falconer

Professor John Falconer earns ASEE Lifetime Achievement Award

April 12, 2017

The American Society for Engineering Education has awarded Professor John Falconer the Lifetime Achievement Award in Chemical Engineering Pedagogy. The award recognizes a sustained career of contributions to engineering education and scholarship that creates substantial, innovative changes and inspires other educators to adopt new behaviors that also benefit chemical engineering... Read more »
Professor Chris Bowman in center with two representatives from NAI.

Professor Chris Bowman Inducted into National Academy of Inventors

April 11, 2017

Distinguished Professor Christopher Bowman officially joined the National Academy of Inventors in a ceremony April 6 in Boston. He was among 175 fellows inducted into the academy this year and the second from the CU Boulder Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering to receive the honor. Also inducted this year... Read more »
Lisa Glatch and Robert H. Davis

Davis, Glatch Win 2017 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards

March 3, 2017

Each year, the College of Engineering and Applied Science presents the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Awards and Recent Alumni Award to outstanding representatives of CU Engineering. This year, two award recipients hail from chemical and biological engineering: professor and former Dean Robert H. Davis (in the special category for non-alumni) and... Read more »
Christine Hrenya

$3M grant helping improve particle simulations

Feb. 15, 2017

The flow and movement of individual solid particles — be it grains of lunar dust or the powdered contents of a medication — holds tremendous research value for scientists in a variety of fields. Now, a $3 million grant from the Department of Energy will allow University of Colorado Boulder researchers to simulate particle behavior to a greater degree than ever before.Read more »

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