Liebert was elected to the NAE in recognition of her leadership in developing and executing innovative initiatives to strengthen the U.S. manufacturing industry.
Three undergraduate researchers in the Department of Chemical Engineering have been chosen to present their research at the 2022 Posters-at-the-Capitol event on March 3 at the Kentucky state capitol in Frankfort.
This award honors individuals who have contributed to the advancement or acceptance of women in engineering; and have developed or contributed to programs to promote and advance women in STEM fields.
Molly Frazar is the 24th recipient of the Karen Wetterhahn Memorial Award, which recognizes one outstanding graduate student or postdoctoral researcher who exemplifies qualities of scientific excellence.
Isabel Escobar, professor of chemical engineering and associate director of UK’s Center of Membrane Sciences, has been elected to serve as Board Chair for the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) beginning January 1, 2022.
The UK Superfund Research Center’s Research Experience and Training Coordination Core hosted a one-day ‘Science Visualization’ workshop.
Students inside and outside UK can earn badges for taking two classes within the same concentration. Courses must be completed during the summer of 2020 to be eligible for a badge.
Materials engineering doctoral student Mike Detisch won two awards at the Imagine Membrane Conference in Horta, Portugal, in September.
UK faculty members Carmen Agouridis and Isabel Escobar will be involved with the project.
The results of the study may be used to develop standardized approaches for reviewing and evaluating the efficacy of bioprinting approaches for medical product applications.