Lee Korshoj

Graduate Student Lee Korshoj Wins Prestigious NSF Fellowship

March 27, 2017

Graduate student Lee Korshoj has earned the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship . The competitive fellowship recognizes outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines across the United States. Winners receive a three-year annual stipend of $34,000, a $12,000 education allowance for tuition and fees (paid... Read more »
Stephanie Bryant in lab

Stephanie Bryant Named Associate Director of Materials Science & Engineering Program

March 22, 2017

Associate Professor Stephanie Bryant has been named associate director of the Materials Science and Engineering Program at CU Boulder. Bryant will serve alongside Professor Bob McLeod of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, who will begin a four-year term as program director on July 1. The new leaders... Read more »
Ipsita Mishra

Graduate Student Ipsita Mishra Wins CU's Beverly Sears Grant

March 21, 2017

Ipsita Mishra has won a $1,000 Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant from the CU Boulder Graduate School. The competitive awards support research, scholarship and creative work of graduate students and are funded primarily by private donors. Mishra is a PhD student in Professor Christine Hrenya’s research group whose research deals... Read more »
Hendrik Heinz

Chemical Engineers Tapped for new NASA Research Institute

March 14, 2017

This image shows how a carbon nanotube is structured. Professor Heinz's lab will use such carbon nanotubes as building blocks for lightweight, ultrastrong materials. NASA has named CU Boulder as a partner in a first-of-its-kind $15 million research institute developing superstrong, lightweight materials for use in space exploration vehicles. The... Read more »
Wind turbines

Engineers Developing Advanced Battery Membranes with $3M DOE Grant

March 9, 2017

University of Colorado Boulder engineers have received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop better membranes for more efficient and cost-effective large-scale batteries.Read more »
Cathryn Toomey

Students Studying Abroad in Greater Numbers

March 3, 2017

Studying abroad as an engineering major is now more feasible than ever. In the last decade, the number of chemical and biological engineering students studying abroad has more than doubled. Through short Global Seminars taught by CU professors to semester or full-year internships and study abroad programs, undergraduates are finding... 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 »
Dave Clough

Professor Dave Clough to retire

March 3, 2017

Anyone who has earned a degree from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at CU Boulder in the last 42 years has probably interacted with Professor Dave Clough—and there’s a good chance he remembers you by name. With an encyclopedic memory and a knack for building close connections with... Read more »
Charles Musgrave

Letter from the Chair: Faculty Search Process

March 1, 2017

I am often inspired hearing about the positive impact our faculty members have on our students and alumni starting out their careers. Over the next two years, several of these extraordinary faculty members will retire, including, as you read in this newsletter, Professor Dave Clough after 42 years in the... 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 »