Jay Bender, ChemE '20 of the Tester group, won second place in the student poster session at the AIChE Annual Meeting this year. Jay's work is directly related to advance drilling research using chemically enhanced hydrothermal jet for geothermal drilling in hard rock formations. Jay Bender (pictured right)
Josh Walker of the Alabi Group has been awarded a Provost Diversity Fellowship for the Spring 2019 semester
Provost Diversity Fellowship recipients are also among those fellowship recipients recognized as Graduate School Dean’s Scholars . The core purpose of the prestigious distinction of Dean’s Scholar is to develop a community of diverse scholars through which connections are established and maintained across all graduate fields. To help facilitate the establishment of community, Dean’s Scholars are invited to participate in a variety of professional and community development events sponsored or co-sponsored by the Office of Inclusion & Student Engagement (OISE).
Industry-sponsored university research is beneficial to both parties – to industry for the access to cutting-edge facilities, science and scientists it provides, and to universities for the financial resources and collaborations such partnerships can bring. One of the nation’s top research institutions, Cornell is attempting to expand its portfolio of industry partnerships by making it more appealing for potential partners to strike an agreement. To that end, Cornell has rolled out GateWay to Partnership , run through the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). This new initiative for industry...
Susan Daniel, along with collaborators, Gary Whittaker, David Eliezer, and Jack Freed, have been awarded an NIH R01 grant to study Coronavirus infection
Coronaviruses (CoVs) are a major infectious disease threat for humans and animals, with several recent examples of zoonotic transmission including severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-CoV, and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS)-CoV. Entry of CoVs into host cells is mediated by the viral spike (S) protein, a complex biomolecular machine that controls both receptor binding and membrane fusion. CoVs have a novel and adaptable fusion peptide (FP) within the S, which plays a role in the adaptable nature of CoV infection of many types of cells. The goal of this project is to reveal CoV S...
Nagle and Stable scholarship winners from CBE are Praveen Bagavandoss and Jose Emiliano Covarrubias Ameca. Praveen Bagavandoss, Nagel No. 48 Praveen is studying chemical engineering at Cornell University and serves as the NY Delta Chapter professional development chair. He spent a summer as an intern at Unilever working to innovate new technologies for use in personal care products. After graduation, he plans to work in industry to optimize the processing of products. Jose E. Covarrubias Ameca, Stabile No. 589 Jose is a chemical engineering and biochemistry senior at Cornell University. He...
Professors Mike Duncan and David Putnam earned the College of Engineering's annual James M. and Marsha D. McCormick Award. The award recognizes outstanding advising of first-year engineering students. Professor Brad Anton and Professor Matt Paszek received 2018 College of Engineering Teaching Awards. The awardees were honored at the Engineering Fall Faculty Reception on September 17.
Professors Duncan and Putnam earned the College of Engineering's annual James M. and Marsha D. McCormick Award
Recognizing outstanding advising of first-year engineering students
2018 College of Engineering Teaching Award winners