Spring 2016 Hooey Winners: Kyle Watters and James Stevenson
The Austin Hooey Graduate Research Excellence Recognition Award is the highest award given to a graduate student by the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. It recognizes outstanding contributions to scholarship and research towards a Ph.D. The Spring 2016 winners are Kyle Watters (Lucks Research Group) and James Stevenson (Clancy Research Group).
Both Kyle and James have made substantial impacts in their respective fields, contributing seminal breakthroughs and achievements that we anticipate will garner them fame for years to come.
Hear more about these impacts at the Hooey award seminar on May 2 at 9:00 AM in room 165.