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ChE Staff Complete Advanced Leadership Program

Paula Kendrick, Carolyn Sanders and Shelley Taylor recently completed the Advanced Leadership Program.  This program began in March 1999 as a continuing education program available to graduates of the Leadership Development Program who wanted to refresh, enhance, and deepen their leadership skills.  This program is designed for leaders and presented by leaders across OSU's 5 campuses.

Chemical Engineering Students Receive Niblack Scholarship

as reported Mon, December 07, 2015

Chemical Engineering students Anna Condacse, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Rachel Davis, Fort Smith, Arkansas and Tyler Goldsmith, Texarkana, Texas are among the 14 OSU undergraduate students receiving $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct supervised research as 2015-16 Niblack Research Scholars.  The annual program is funded by OSU alumnus John Niblack, who wants to jumpstart the careers of future scientists through the experience of conducting actual research.

Megan Henderson Wins First Place at the PepsiCo SWE Student Engineering Challenge

Megan Henderson, Chemical Engineering senior (OSU Stillwater), and her teammate Amanda Harvey, Mechanical Engineering senior (OSU Tulsa), won First Place at the PepsiCo SWE Student Engineering Challenge.  Students were challenged to develop ideas that improve environmental sustainability and its impact on society.  The Oklahoma State University team, Megan and Amanda, designed “Custom Cola Creations”, a machine that could be made available in supermarkets to reuse and refill 2-Liter bottles.  PepsiCo will fly the two students to their New York headquarters to present their winning idea to t

OSU Seniors of Significance

The Seniors of Significance Award recognizes students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership and service to campus and community and have brought distinction to OSU.  These students represent the top one percent of the Class of 2016 including all six OSU undergraduate colleges.  Chemical Engineering students receiving this award are Emma Orth, Andale, Kansas and John Hiett, Kellyville, Oklahoma.

Irum Khan Presents Poster at AIChE National Convention

Irum Khan presented her poster on "Computational Fluid Dynamics of Blood Clot Breakage with High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound" in the poster competition at the AIChE National Convention.  Her adviser is Dr. Ashlee Ford Versypt.

OSU student chapter of AIChE receive Outstanding Chapter Award, Again

Andishaeh Dadgar, president of the OSU student chapter of AIChE, Dr. Josh Ramsey, 2014-2015 faculty advisor, and Dr.

Carol Abraham Places 3rd at the National AIChE Paper Competition

Carol Abraham was the 1st Place Winner of the Mid-America Region Paper Competition and went on to represent OSU and the Mid-America Region at the AIChE National Student Conference last month, where she came in 3rd Place.

ISA Finalists for the Section Excellence Award

Samyukta Koteeswaran  and Vidhya Venugopal (past president and current president) of the OSU Automation Society, a student Section of the International Society of Automation (ISA), represented OSU at the annual ISA Awards Ceremony in Louisville, KY, 11 Oct 15.  Our student section was selected as one of three finalists for the Section Excellence Award.  There are about 300 sections world-wide.  The other two finalists were the professional sections in Houston and Spain.  

Mortar Board names Top Ten Freshmen Men and Women

As reported Mon, October 12, 2015

Oklahoma State University’s Achafoa chapter of Mortar Board announced its selection of the 20 students recognized as the Top Ten Freshmen Men and Top Ten Freshmen Women for the 2014 – 2015 school year. These students were selected for scholarship, campus involvement, community service, and outstanding levels of leadership during their freshman year.

Chemical Engineering Students among undergraduates awarded Fall 2015 Wentz Semester Grants

As reported Wed, October 07, 2015

Thanks to the generosity of the Lew Wentz Foundation, 26 Oklahoma State University undergraduates representing a range of disciplines will each receive a $750 Fall 2015 Wentz Semester Research Grant to conduct an original research project under the guidance of an OSU faculty member.

These students submitted research proposals, which underwent a rigorous blind review process by the Wentz Research Committee and were scored on the basis of originality and creativity among other technical and methodological considerations.