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.
Real Problems, Real Change
CBE alumna and Mercer University Dean of Engineering Laura Lackey tries to affect change through outreach and applied research with the Mercer on Mission program.
Woodland Returns from Pre-Med World Tour
Woodi Woodland returned to UT’s campus after 15 months of internship and study at Germany’s Technical University of Hamburg.
A Legacy by Design
As alum Angie Cannon (BS/ChE ’81) is set to retire from Cannon & Cannon, she turns her focus to encouraging women and minorities to enter the STEM and business fields.
CBE Announces 2020 Awards Winners
Each year, the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering recognizes several faculty, staff, students, and alumni with awards.
Alum Spotlight: Oscar Lee Martin Jr.
Oscar Martin Jr. joined DuPont after completing his master’s degree at UT, studying under Professor Robert (Pete) Counce.