Charlotte Farmer, MS ’96: UL Research Institutes COO Shares Lessons Learned
Charlotte Farmer says learning from failure, finding trusted advisers, and knowing when to “pivot” have been keys to her success. […]
Wells Engages Career and Community for STEM Mentorship
TCE alum Tyrone Wells Jr. is part of an outreach that introduces grade-school students in the area to STEM ideas and projects through lessons including using household items to show how filtration works.
Lifelong Volunteer Elected AIChE Fellow
UT alum Mark Cox (‘89) has been elected an AIChE Fellow in recognition of his professional achievements and selfless generosity to young chemical engineers.
Edaugal Places First at ACS National Meeting, Advincula Group Shines
UT students under direction of UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair of Advanced and Nanostructured Materials Rigoberto Advincula had a successful ACS conference.
Ken Elliott Joins CBE Hall of Fame
This past spring, the department made Ken Elliott (BS ’42) its latest edition to its Hall of Fame. Elliott, who […]
At 76, TCE Alumnus Harold Conner is Still Excited about New Opportunities
TCE alumnus Harold Conner has had a successful career in the nuclear energy enterprise and considers himself a lifelong learner.
New and Unknown
Alumnus David McKinney (BS ’84), current president of ISOFlex Packaging and founder of Coldpack, was inducted into the department’s Hall of Fame.
A Universe of Knowledge
After alumnus Erick Ribeiro (PhD ’20) built an innovative energy storage device printed on a 3D printer, NASA began scaling them to use on a Mars rover.
CBE Announces 2021 Awards Winners
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering recognized several faculty, staff, students, and alumni with its annual awards.