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2019 CEAT Awards Banquet

Congratulations to all of the Chemical Engineering faculty, staff and students who were recognized at the 2019 CEAT Awards Banquet.

Robberson Summer Dissertation Fellowship Recipient

Shailesh Dangwal

Chemical Engineering PhD student Shailesh Singh Dangwal is the recipient of the 2019 Robberson Summer Dissertation Fellowship/Research and Creative Activities Grant awarded by the Graduate College.

2019 Mortar Board Golden Torch Award

Dr. Sayeed Mohammad

Dr. Sayeed Mohammad is the recipient of the 2019 Mortar Board Golden Torch Award in CEAT.

Wentz Research Scholars

Three Chemical Engineering undergraduate students have been selected as Wentz Research Scholars for 2019-2020.

2019 AIChE Regional Conference

OSU had a strong showing at the 2019 Mid-America AIChE Regional Conference in Rolla, MO at Missouri University of Science and Technology.  Multiple chemical engineering students placed in competitions.

Graduate Fellowship Recipient

Raj Manivannan

Chemical engineering graduate student Raj Manivannan has been selected to receive a Dr. Homer & Mrs. May Tang Graduate Fellowship for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Fleming Scholar Recipient

Ashlea Sartin

Chemical Engineering Junior Ashlea Sartin has been named a Fleming Scholar for 2019 and will spend the summer conducting research at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.

ChE Faculty and Students Lead Local Scouts through Chemistry Merit Badge

Dr. Ashlee Ford Versypt led local Scouts through earning the Chemistry Merit Badge with assistance from Chemical Engineering senior Salyer Norton and Chemical Engineering freshman Karissa Huffman.  Dr. Jeffery White led the tour of the Unit Ops Lab.

ChE Freshman to Intern in Washington, D.C.

Susanna Stewart

Chemical Engineering freshman Susanna Stewart has been selected as a summer intern for the U.S. House of Representatives Science, Space, and Technology Committee in Washington, D.C.

Research Day at the Capitol

Carley Eastep

Chemical Engineering Senior Carley Eastep was one of four undergraduate researchers selected to represent OSU at Research Day at the Capitol in Oklahoma City.