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  • John Riley Delivered Graduate Fellowship Seminar

    ChemE Ph.D. student John Riley delivered the Eastman Chemical Company Graduate Fellowship seminar "Polymer Brush Nanoparticles: Aqueous Suspension Properties, Adsorption to the Solid/Liquid Interface, and Implications for Surface Forces" at the Eastman headquarters in Kingston, TN, on March 12, 2014. 
  • Wilson Wins AWWA Award for Dissertation

    CEE alum Jessica Wilson (CEE Ph.D. '13) has won an award for her dissertation, Challenges for Drinking Water Plants from Energy Extraction Activities from the American Water Works Association (AWWA). The award encourages academic excellence by recognizing contributions to the field of public water supply. 
  • Sitti and Seo Win the IEEE/ASME Best Mechatronics Paper Award

    MechE Professor Metin Sitti and TaeWon Seo on winning the IEEE/ASME Best Mechatronics Paper Award. Seo is an alumnus of Sitti's NanoRobotics Lab and now holds a faculty position in the mechanical engineering department at Yeungnam University in Korea. Their paper is entitled, "Tank-Like Module-Based Climbing Robot Using Passive Compliant Joints." 

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