Paul McKenzie (ChE’87) Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Dr. Paul McKenzie has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He has been a strong supporter of the CBE department and is a regular attendee at the annual John A. Quinn Distinguished Lecture. Dr. McKenzie is an accomplished global leader with diverse biotechnology experience and is the COO of CSL Behring, a […]

Penn Bioengineers: Cells Control Their Own Fate by Manipulating their Environment

Two Penn Engineers Receive 2019 University Teaching Awards

Senior design team wins the 2018 FAA RAISE award

Kimberly Ogden (CBE’86) Named President of AIChE

Penn alumna (CBE’86), Professor Kimberly Ogden (formerly Kim Henry), is currently serving as President-elect and will take over as President of AIChE in Jan. 2019. After receiving her B.S. degree, as one of our most active student leaders and as lab assistant in our undergraduate laboratory, she pursued her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the […]

Kwadwo E. Tettey (ChE PhD’13) – A Journey in the Semiconductor Industry

Kwadwo E. Tettey is an Applications Engineer for the Chemical Mechanical Planarization Technologies (CMPT) business group of Dow Electronic Materials in Newark, Delaware. In this role, Kwadwo collaborates closely with counterparts in Dow’s marketing and technology organizations to develop Chemical Mechanical Planarization pad and slurry products used for semiconductor fabrication of logic and memory devices. […]

Hana Oh (ChE PhD’09): A Doctorate in Chemical Engineering Finds Success as an Intellectual Property Attorney

Hana Oh has taken a unique career path. She is an intellectual property (IP) attorney at the international law firm of O’Melveny & Myers LLP, which focuses on patent and trade secret litigation, and licensing issues for innovative companies such as Samsung, Micron, Endo, Alcon, and Novartis. Her clients develop leading-edge products in a wide […]

Vincent Chan (ChE PhD’97) is Teaching Chemical Engineering in the Middle East

According to Dr. Vincent Chan, his fondest learning experience started at Penn when he embarked upon his doctoral study under the tutelage of Professor David Graves in 1993. Penn’s highly interdisciplinary research and extensive resources provided immeasurable opportunities for the study of molecular biotechnology. Vincent studied under Professor Steven McKenzie and Professor Paolo Fortina, both […]

Professor Emeritus Alvin H. Weiss, ChE’49, PhD’66, has a long and distinguished career path

Alvin H. Weiss, Ph.D. graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 1949. His first job was with Fiber Chemical Co., a specialty chemical company. During the Korean War, he served as a PFC in the Army Chemical Corps for two years. Upon his discharge, he earned a M.S. in […]

Mark T. Holtzapple (Ph.D. ChE ’81) Approaches Sustainability as an Academic and Entrepreneur

Mark T. Holtzapple, Ph.D., is a professor of chemical engineering at Texas A&M University. Since 1986, he has served at the university where he has been recognized for excellence in teaching, research, and service.  From 1982 to 1985, Dr. Holtzapple served in the United States Army where he eventually attained the rank of captain. He […]

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