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“It was the most beautiful place I have ever been to. From the top of the hills, we could see miles and miles of mountains, trees and coffee bushes,” said Aaron Chaney, secretary of Engineers Without Borders and a student in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.

Information sessions are Monday, October 15 and Wednesday October 17.

An article on Medical Xpress features Natesh Parashurama, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering, who conducts research on building 3D internal organs, like the liver and pancreas, from human stem cells.

Using human stem cells, his lab is developing technologies and tools to grow personalized, three-dimensional internal organs, such as the liver and pancreas.

An article in Smithsonian magazine about a new coating that uses tiny air holes to reflect sunlight, cooling buildings better than white paint, interviews Mark Swihart, professor of chemical and biological engineering, who said other scientists have used solar-reflecting methods to achieve cooling.

Gang Wu has received an award from the National Science Foundation for his " Designing Nitrogen Coordinated Single Atomic Metal Electrocatalysts for Selective CO₂ Reduction to CO" project.


Johannes Hachmann has received an NSF award with the "Spokes: MEDIUM: NORTHEAST: Collaborative: Advancing a Data-Driven Discovery and Rational Design Paradigm in Chemistry." project.

Ten high achieving engineering and applied sciences students have been recognized with prestigious awards from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.