UMERC Awards Three New Wells Graduate Fellowships
The Wells fellowship supports new research in sustainable energy generation and/or storage.
OXE Hosts 2nd Annual Undergraduate Research Day
Winning research presenters will be sent to AIChE Regional Conference this Spring.
Clark School Alum Named to Forbes "30 Under 30: Healthcare" List
Adam Behrens (BIOE, Ph.D. '15; ChBE, B.S. '10) recognized for work in vaccine and diagnostic testing development.
UMD Ph.D candidates win awards for next generation batteries and electrochemical compressor
Research on advanced batteries and a next generation electrochemical compressor recently garnered a set of awards for three University of Maryland graduate students in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
ChBE Student Represents UMD in DOE Cleantech UP Business Plan Competition
Undergrad Alex Hemmer contributes to clean-energy via algae bio-fuel.
Kofinas Awarded Patent for Flexible Batteries
Polymer solid electrolyte could make batteries safer, smaller, and less expensive
ChemE Jeopardy Team Wins National Competition
UMD's ChemE team topped eight competitor teams in the AIChE national Jeopardy competition.
Merlock Wins ExxonMobil/AIChE-NCS Award
ChBE undergrad honored for outstanding academic performance.
ChBE Alumnus Named CEO of Quality Health Strategies, Inc.
Ronald G. Forsythe (M.S. ’92, Ph.D. ’95) assumes leadership of healthcare services company.
High Energy at Extreme Battery Center’s First Meeting
New research center expands scope and draws regional experts.
Undergrads Host AIChE Conference; Chem-E Car Shelldon Heads to National Competition
AIChE welcomes more than 300 chemical engineering students from more than two dozen schools.
NSF Graduate Research Fellowships for Two ChBE Alumnae
Dorsey and Tesfaye win fellowships; alumnus receives Honorable Mention.
2014-2015 ChBE Undergraduate Awards
Exceptional students recognized at annual ceremony.
Center for Research in Extreme Batteries officially opens
Teaming with UMD and NIST, the Army Research Laboratory launches its center for research in advanced battery materials.
Terp, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Major, and Undocumented
Jorge Steven Acuña profiled in TERP magazine.
Grip Boost Hopes Its Idea Sticks at Cupid’s Cup Business Competition
Startup to pitch its football glove-restoring gel at Under Armour HQ.
UMD Engineers and Tight End Team Up on “Catchy” New Football Product
Grip Boost gel restores gloves to like-new condition for a fraction of the cost of new ones.
Adomaitis Wins IIT Distinguished Alumnus Award
Professor honored for contributions to the field of chemical engineering.
Wells Fellowships Support New Battery and Catalyst Technologies
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering graduate students receive inaugural awards.
Raghavan’s Sung Professorship Renewed; Zachariah Named 1st Sung Distinguished Professor
Endowed professorships in chemical engineering supported by alumni gift.
Alumnus Joins Faculty of Incheon National University, Korea
Kyobum Kim (Ph.D. ’10) will conduct tissue engineering research, teach bioscience courses.
Alumna’s Work Could Lower Biofuel Production Costs
Ezinne Achinivu (B.S. ’10) leads effort to break down and use biomass more efficiently
Travis Presented with CAST Award for Atomic Layer Deposition Simulations
Grad student recognized at national meeting of the AIChE.
Clark School Alumnus and BOV Member Waggner Passes
Baltimore native and chemical engineering grad had distinguished career in petrochemical industry.
Alumnus Elected Fellow of International Federation of Automatic Control
S. Joe Qin (Ph.D. '92, chemical engineering) recognized for work in data-driven processes.
Alumnus Receives Brewers Association Award
Jaime Jurado (B.S. '83) honored for dedicated service.
Clifford E. Lanham, 75
Alumnus was a biomedical engineer for Army research Laboratory and a consultant.
Alumnus Promotes Do-It-Yourself Solutions for Labs in Developing Nations
Tekla Labs provides free guides for making equipment from locally available materials.
Alumni Start New School Year as Professor, Dean
Chiang joins NTUST, Williams at Tufts.
Bacteria Prowl for Pathogen Prey
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Clark School Celebrates Students, Honors Alumni and Faculty at Spring 2013 Commencement
More than 860 engineering students received diplomas at May 20 ceremony.
Company Founded in Clark School Awarded $500K to Test Hemorrhage-Halting Foam
Remedium Technologies Inc. receives small business grant from National Science Foundation.
Solar Team Distills Most and Purest Water at International Competition
Students from civil, chemical engineering win awards in Environmental Design Contest.
International Association Adopts Guideline Authored by ChBE Alumna, Faculty
Fuentevilla refines equations defining critical parameters of aqueous salt solutions.
Karlsson Joins ChBE Faculty
Professor seeks to improve diagnosis and treatment of fungal diseases in immunocompromised patients.
ChBE Alumni Recreate Toys That Inspired Them
Bridge Street Toys creates building sets that teach construction principles, physics and fluid dynamics.
Blood-Clotting "Nano-Velcro" Featured in C&EN
Journal highlights wound-healing technology by Raghavan, Remedium Technologies.
Fight Bacteria With Bacteria
Alumnus creates bacterium that sacrifices itself to save you.
Cecil College Scholarship Established in Alumnus' Memory
Tom McWilliams (Ph.D. '64) was a professor, supporter of women in engineering.
Engineers Compete on "America's Got Talent"
Gymkana assistant coach, two members on team in nationally televised competition have Clark School connections.
Au Presents Plenary Talk at NIST SURF Colloquium
Recent graduate studies new ways to improve pharmaceutical quality control.
Alumnus' Work on Artificial Intestine Featured in L.A. Times
John March (Ph.D. '05) grows cells in 3-D.
Improving Greenhouse Crop Production Through Systems Biology
Research by ChBE professor, alumni among featured articles in BMC Systems Biology.
ChBE Alumna Encourages Clark School Grads to Set Sail
Anh Duong (B.S. '82) addresses Class of 2010.
Hong, Collaborators Create Liposome-Hydrogel Hybrids for Drug Delivery
No toil, No trouble for stronger bubbles.
Goldberg, Thomas Win SBEC Paper Awards
Graduate students recognized for work presented at 26th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference.
Alumnus Wins World Nuclear University Fellowship
Quynh Nguyen (Ph.D. '03, chemical engineering) attends Summer Institute at Oxford.
Mtech, Alumna-Run Companies Vie for State Awards
Five Clark School-affiliated companies named finalists for Incubator Company of the Year.
ExxonMobil Donates to Engineering Societies
Corporate Partner provides funding to assist student groups affected by University budget cuts.
Alumna Wins NSF-CAREER Award
Pinar Akcora will develop synthesis, processing methods for versatile nanocomposites.
Washington Post Cites Alumnus for Accomplishments at DOE
Steven Chalk (B.S. '83) dedicated to clean energy, lowering pollution.
Alumnus Named U.S. Commissioner of Patents
Robert Stoll (B.S. '69, chemical engineering) specializes in anti-piracy, intellectual property.
Unit Ops Lab Featured on Capital Campaign Site
The Campaign Brief profiles recent upgrades.
Behrens Part of Winning Business Plan Competition Team
Undergraduate developing new blood-clotting, rug-delivering material.
Alumna Named 2009 Fischell Fellow
Deborah Sweet to develop oral chemotherapy drug delivery system.
ChBE Alumni Duong, Park Win Association Awards
Alumni recognized for leadership and contributions to defense, education.
Alumnus Wins ASTM Award
Thomas D. Murphy (B.S. '57) recognized for leadership, service.
Alumna's Pigs Fly Off Shelves
Brigitte Le (B.S. '84)
Alumnus Completes 1,588-Mile Bike Ride
Larry Friedman (B.S. '80) goes from southern Fla. to Md..
Lowe Bequest Funds Lab Innovations
Alumni encouraged to contribute to new endowed fund.
Murray Bequest Supports ChBE
$200K gift for equipment also benefits Great Expectations Campaign.
Raghavan Awarded Sung Professorship
Endowed professorship in chemical engineering supported by alumni gift.
Yechun Wang Appointed to North Dakota State Faculty
Former student specializes in physiological fluid dynamics and microfluidics.
Raghavan, Dowling's "Nano-Velcro" Wins at Bioscience Day
New biomaterial designed to stop bleeding.
EWB's Mid-Atlantic Conference Trains, Celebrates
UM Engineers Without Borders chapter hosts hundreds, features Peace Corps deputy director.
Alumnus Becomes Vice President at URI
David R. Sadowski to manage intellectual property management and commercialization.
Akcora Joins Missouri Faculty
Alumna now an assistant professor of chemical engineering.
Student Named Chair of a VT Advisory Board
Grad student Brady advises biological systems engineering department.
ChBE Alumnus Appointed to National Taiwan University Faculty
Shih-Huang Tung (Ph.D. '07) to focus on soft materials.
Bentley, Hung, Culver Gene Therapy Research Covered By Wired
Repurposed virus could be used to deliver siRNA to diseased cells.
Alumnus Gives Back to Award He Received
Derryl York donates to David Arthur Berman Memorial Award fund.
Genomic Research Receives EPA Award
Microarray Research Laboratory wins Scientific and Technological Achievement Award.
Greer Wins Poole and Kent Teaching Award for Senior Faculty
Professor recognized for dedication to teaching, ethics, and supporting female students.
Clark School Holds 2008 Commencement
Triple-major serves as student speaker.
WJZ Covers New Chitosan Blood Clotting Product
Dowling, Raghavan, Payne featured in TV segment.
Gordon Named Distinguished Teaching Assistant
Graduate student recognized at university reception.
Choi, Lee Groups: Breakthroughs in Nanofibers
Polymer nanofibrils observed forming inside a silica tube with TEM.
Lu Finalist in Annual $50K Business Plan Competition
Winners to be announced May 9.
Alumnus Becomes Faculty at Tianjin University
Jingtao Wang accepts position as an associate professor.
Alumna Freeman is New Marketing Officer for TBS
Will oversee branding of major cable networks and online businesses.
Alumni Excel in Academia, Research
Former Bentley Group members work with "designer bacteria", therapeutics, biofuels, viruses and vaccines.
Alumnus Named President of Wireless Company
Rosenberg (B.S. '83) to head Business Only Broadband.
ChBE Alumna Profiled in Newsweek
Anh Duong gives back by fighting War on Terror.
UM $50K Business Plan Competition Winners Announced
Three winners chosen among nine finalists.
"Smart" Fluid Controlled with Light
Raghavan group develops new type of light-based viscosity switch.
Alumnus Joins Board of Dallas Design Firm
Harold Brierley elected to Reese Associates' Board of Directors.
In Memoriam: Dr. Dick Duffey
Alumnus and former professor established nuclear engineering program.
Wang, Alumnus Publish Work on Enzyme-Immobilization
Enhanced process could improve biotransformation reactions.
Alumnus Publishes Work On Artificial Organs
New genetic engineering improves implantable medical devices.
Alumnus Charles Miller Appointed to New NRC Office
Office to cover materials licensing, rulemaking and safety.
Department Mourns Passing of Alumna
Alice Gillette Forman, 30, process engineer.
Clark School Researchers Are Top Inventors
Engineers were on every winning invention team at UM awards.
$50K Business Plan Competition Semifinalists Announced
The 16 semifinalist teams include university faculty, students, and young alumni.
ChBE Alumnus Now Faculty at the University of Seoul
Jung Hyeun Kim is now an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Seoul.