Lara Ionescu recently won the student oral presentation award in the LAMOM XI symposium of the SPIE Photonics West Conference held January 21-26, 2006 in San Jose, California.
Orok Duke *01 has been named as one of the 2006 New Faces in Engineering. He was nominated by the AIChE.
Chris Bohn, along with 4 other Princeton seniors, has won the Gates Scholarship endowed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Stephen B. Jaffe *68 was honored recently by being elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
The National Association of Colleges & Employers have compiled their latest salary survey of recent college graduates. Chemical Engineering remains on top of the list with starting salaries averaging $55,900.
Professor Christodoulos Floudas, and graduate student Stacy Janak derived a mathematical formual to facilitate the National Science Foundation's (NSF) administration of grant proposals, which now might change the way jobs are assigned in everything from hospitals to the government.
Professor Sankaran Sundaresan is the recipient of the AIChE's 2005 Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems.
Professor James Wei has been invited to present at the inaugural Richard S. H. Mah Lectures on Modeling and Computation in Chemical and Biological Engineering held by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Northwestern University.
Thomas M. Connelly, Jr. '74 was honored recently with the Commercial Development and Marketing Association (CDMA) Award for Executive Excellence.