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Our undergraduate program participates in the Honors Program.Our Department is large enough to cover the major academic and research areas, yet small enough for individual attention. Our classes are taught by experts in their fields, and our undergraduate students have many opportunities for research projects with excellent faculty.


NiCE aerosol-cloud studyNavy, NASA aircraft field studies get UA scientists closer to missing pieces of the atmospheric puzzle. Dr. Armin Sorooshian, a UA assistant professor of chemical and environmental engineering, and his research team are on a mission to find missing pieces of an atmospheric puzzle that will help scientists better understand aerosol-cloud interactions and predict climate change. Full article


Three of our Chemical Engineering Graduates have gone on to further their educations and where awarded the coveted NSF Fellowship.  All three female students graduated May 2012.

Congratulations Kiley Yeakel, Heather Waters and Jessica Hung we are so proud of you.

Taylor ShinglerChemical Engineering Graduate student, Taylor Shingler recently received a prestigious NASA Graduate Research Fellowship.  This is a highly competitive award, only 54 out of 410 being awarded nationally.  Taylor works closely with Professor Armin Sorooshian on how atmospheric particles impact climate, air quality, and public health.  Click here for more information.   Congratulations Taylor!

Congratulations ChEE Award Winners of EarthWeek  SWESx Conference - great job.

Christopher Olivares EEN PhD
Jorge Gonzalez Estrella  EEN PhD

Yadi Wang ChE BS
Brian Gerwe ChE BS

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Anumol was awarded the best student presentation. prize at the National Environmental Monitoring Conference 2013 in San Antonio, Texas for a talk titled:
"Fully Automated On-line SPE Coupled to LC MS/MS for Rapid, Sensitive, and Simultaneous Analysis of Multiple PPCPs in Water". Read abstract



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