Harley and graduate students recognized for teaching excellence
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) and the School of Chemical Sciences recognize faculty and graduate students with teaching excellence awards for the 2021-2022 academic year.
"Each year, these awards present us with the opportunity to recognize the individuals for their for their exceptional contributions to our department's instructional mission," said department head Paul Kenis, the Elio Eliakim Tarika Endowed Chair.
ChBE Graduate Student Teaching Awards:
Recognize exceptional contributions to the department’s instructional mission.
- Raylin Chen for CHBE 422 - Mass Transfer Operations (FA 21); advised by Xiao Su
- Susannah Miller for CHBE 422 - Mass Transfer Operations (SP 22); advised by Damien Guironnet
SCS Teaching Awards (from ChBE):
Recognize the entire scope of the school’s educational efforts from course development to in-class instruction.
- Liliana Bello Fernández for MSE 458 - Polymer Physics (SP 22); advised by Charles Sing
- Melanie Brunet Torres for CHBE 421 - Momentum and Heat Transfer (SP 22); advised by Mary Kraft
- Brendan Harley, Robert W. Schaefer Professor, teaches CHBE 475 - Tissue Engineering
Congratulations to this year's recipients!