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Bike ride, barbecue presentations hosted by WUSTL Energy Awareness Committee
On the third and fourth Fridays in June and July — June 18 and 25 and July 16 and 23 — the EAC will provide campus sustainability information at barbecues at the Danforth University Center.
EnCouncil honors Associate Professor Jay Turner
The Undergraduate Advisor of the Year Award honors faculty or staff who give significant advice concerning academics or career choices.
Yinjie Tang joins group of eight WUSTL Engineering faculty in five years to receive NSF CAREER Award
The results of Assistant Professor Tang's work will enable the more effective production of butanol and biofuels via biological pathways using carbon dioxide and sunlight.
WUSTL chancellor speaks on global energy future at Shanghai Forum
"Today is an important day in the history of what I expect will be a long and productive partnership between Fudan University and Washington University."
Associate Professor Venkat Subramanian and Professor Pratim Biswas receive NSF Award
The award is for research titled: "REU Site: Energy Research with Global Reach."
RecycleMania 2010 a success
WUSTL recycled 393,172 pounds of waste this spring to rank No. 35 out of 346 schools in the annual RecycleMania contest. To see the full results, visit recyclemaniacs.org.
Engineering instructor inducted to Missouri S&T Women’s Hall of Fame
Robin Shepard is an adjunct instructor of chemical engineering in the Departmennt of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering.
Engineering graduate student appointed to top campus leadership positions
Melissa Holtmeyer will serve on the Graduate Professional Council executive board and as a graduate student representative to the Board of Trustees.
Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering welcomes new assistant professor
A graduate of the University of California-Berkeley, Brent Williams joins the aerosols research cluster. He is joining us after a post doctoral assignment at the University of Minnesota.
New assistant professor will join aquatics cluster
John Fortner will join the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineeirng as an assistant professor in fall 2010. His expertise is in environmental chemistry of nanomaterials.
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