• Avisi Technologies, Winner of the President’s Innovation Prize and Y-Prize, Takes Home $1M NSF Grant

Avisi Technologies, Winner of the President’s Innovation Prize and Y-Prize, Takes Home $1M NSF Grant

The Robot Report: Black in Robotics’ Monroe Kennedy on His Time in the GRASP Lab

VIPER Program Graduate Adithya Sriram Earns Fulbright Scholarship

Bridging the Communication Divide for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Communities

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 […]

Evan and the Chocolate Factory

In Memoriam: Joseph Bordogna, 1933-2019

Joseph (“Joe”) Bordogna, the Alfred Fitler Moore Professor Emeritus of Engineering in Electrical and Systems Engineering and former dean, died on November 25 at the age of 86. Dr. Bordogna was born in Scranton, grew up in South Philadelphia and graduated as the valedictorian of John Bartram High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in […]

University of Pennsylvania receives $25 million gift to create data science building

Mini Autonomous Vehicles Race for Community-Driven Research

In Memoriam: William L. Conger (ChE PhD ’65)

William L. Conger (ChE PhD ’65) passed away at his home on July 26, 2019. He was a Chemical Engineering alum who spoke with pride about his alma mater and continued supporting the Department after graduating in 1965. His career path took him to Exxon Mobile (formerly Esso) where he worked as a chemical engineer. […]

1 2 3 7