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Balakotaiah Named Moores Professor
Chemical Engineering Professor and University of Houston alumnus Vemuri Balakotaiah has been chosen as a John and Rebecca Moores Professor for his...
Vemuri Balakotaiah, Professor of Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Professor and University of Houston alumnus Vemuri Balakotaiah has been chosen as a John and Rebecca Moores Professor for his outstanding contributions to teaching, research and service at UH. This five-year position will begin with the 2002-2003 academic year.

Chemical Engineering Student May Shek Receives Meier Outstanding Senior Award from the UH Cullen College of Engineering
Chemical engineering student May Shek recently received the 2002 Wilbur L. and Judy L. Meier Outstanding Senior Award for her scholastic qualities...
May Shek, Senior, Chemical Engineering Major

Chemical engineering student May Shek recently received the 2002 Wilbur L. and Judy L. Meier Outstanding Senior Award for her scholastic qualities and dedicated involvement in the UH Cullen College of Engineering. Shek received a plaque honoring her accomplishments as well as a monetary award.

"The University of Houston has treated me well and I'm grateful for that," Shek said. "I would like to thank the faculty, my colleagues, and most of all my family for supporting me."

UH Engineering Professor Selected for 2002 CACHE Award
University of Houston engineer Ernest J. Henley has been selected to receive the 2002 Computers and Chemical Engineering (CACHE) Award from the...

University of Houston engineer Ernest J. Henley has been selected to receive the 2002 Computers and Chemical Engineering (CACHE) Award from the American Society for Engineering Education.

The award, which includes a $1,000 stipend, is given by the Chemical Engineering Division of the ASEE for significant contributions in the development of computer aids for chemical engineering education.

New Technology May Benefit Health Care, Bioterror Defense
Biochemist Susan Hardin and four UH colleagues (including chemical engineering professors James Briggs and Richard Willson) are developing a new...

Biochemist Susan Hardin and four UH colleagues (including chemical engineering professors James Briggs and Richard Willson) are developing a new technology for direct molecular sensing that could be used to gather all the genetic information contained in a person's DNA - in less than 24 hours. They have filed a patent on a new process to sequence the human genome.

Cracking the Secrets of Oil
Industry partnerships and grants equaling $1 million from the U.S. Department of Energy assist Kishore K. Mohanty, professor of chemical engineering...

Industry partnerships and grants equaling $1 million from the U.S. Department of Energy assist Kishore K. Mohanty, professor of chemical engineering and director of the Institute for Improved Oil Recovery, in cracking open the secrets of porous, oil-containing rocks. Click here to read more.

Engineering Student Wins Free Tuition
A lucky engineering student won tuition for the upcoming spring semester in a random drawing at a University of Houston football game this month,...

A lucky engineering student won tuition for the upcoming spring semester in a random drawing at a University of Houston football game this month, showing other UH students that it really does pay to support your team.

Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Alumni Honor C. V. Kirkpatrick and Recognize Classes of 1947-76 at Reunion
WHO: The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering will host a reunion for chemical and petroleum engineering alumni to honor C.V....

WHO: The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering will host a reunion for chemical and petroleum engineering alumni to honor C.V. Kirkpatrick and to recognize the Classes of 1947-76.

Honoring C.V. Kirkpatrick
UH Professor and Petroleum Engineering Chair, 1947-63
UH Engineering Dean 1963-75

Department of Energy Selects UH for a New Project to Improve Arctic Oil Production
Under the direction of University of Houston chemical engineering professor Kishore Mohanty, the special challenges confronting oil producers working...
The project contact is Dr. Kishore Mohanty

Under the direction of University of Houston chemical engineering professor Kishore Mohanty, the special challenges confronting oil producers working in the Arctic will be the focus of a new research project funded through the U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory.

New Faculty Strengthen Research at UH
Virtual teams, see-through concrete and sickle cell anemia represent just a few of the new areas of research being explored by faculty who joined UH...

Virtual teams, see-through concrete and sickle cell anemia represent just a few of the new areas of research being explored by faculty who joined UH for the 2001-02 academic year. Peter Vekilov, new associate professor of chemical engineering, is featured.

Engineering Professor Ramanan Krishnamoorti Receives Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award
Ramanan Krishnamoorti, assistant professor of chemical engineering, was among three University of Houston professors to receive the Excellence in...
Ramanan Krishnamoorti, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering

Ramanan Krishnamoorti, assistant professor of chemical engineering, was among three University of Houston professors to receive the Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award. This award, which carries a $3,000 stipend and a plaque, is given to an individual who has achieved preeminence in his or her field.

UH assembling research consortium to fight pollution
A consortium of industry and university representatives is being formed in Houston to facilitate collaborative research and development of technology...

A consortium of industry and university representatives is being formed in Houston to facilitate collaborative research and development of technology designed to help clean up the Bayou City's environmental problems. The group is being assembled by the UH Department of Chemical Engineering as part of workshops and roundtable discussions on pollution reduction March 22.

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