Four CoE students received University Awards of Distinction for their unselfish service to others on campus.
CoE University Award of DIstinction recipients (clockwise, from top left) Jenna Bovaird, Austin Morales, Boning Dong, Mayela Aldaz Cervantes
Jun 12, 2020
Award recipients (clockwise from top left) Scott Smith, Jenna Bovaird, Boning Dong, Michelle Nguyen
Jun 05, 2020
Honoring students for undergraduate research and outstanding contributions to student activities.
CoE's Outstanding Seniors (clockwise from top left) Meital Carmi, Rick Franc, Felix Zhao, Helene Levy, Weiyun Jiang, Charlotte Dai
Jun 04, 2020
The six students were honored for having the highest cumulative GPA from each undergraduate degree program.
Outstanding Teaching Assistants (clockwise from top left) Ryan Kirkpatrick, Koty McAllister, Michael Nekrasov, Amir Tahmasebipour, Raphael Ruschel dos Santos
May 30, 2020
Graduating seniors selected one teaching assistant from each department to honor.
Outstanding Faculty of 2020 (clockwise from top left) Joe Chada, Yogananda Isukpalli, Diba Mirza, Mark Rodwell, Tyler Susko
May 30, 2020
Graduating seniors selected one faculty member from each department for the awards.
Spinjet3D won the $10,000 First Place Award during the 2020 New Venture Competition.
May 26, 2020
The team earned the $10,000 First Place Award for its new 3D printer that could greatly benefit cast-mold manufacturers.
College of Engineering faculty who have received awards and recognitions this year
May 25, 2020
CoE faculty received more than eighty awards and recognitions during the latest academic year.
Phillip Christopher, associate professor of chemical engineering
May 21, 2020
Christopher was honored for making significant contributions to the science and/or technology of catalysis and chemical reaction engineering.
Assistant Professor Alban Sauret.
Apr 24, 2020
His work on fluid dynamics in specific environments earns him a $500,000 research award.
Professor Emeritus Duncan Mellichamp and his wife, Suzanne
Apr 23, 2020
Mellichamp, who co-wrote an award winning textbook now in its fourth edition, was one of six founding faculty members of UCSB's Chemical Engineering Department.
Michael Doherty, chemical engineering professor
Apr 20, 2020
Doherty was chosen to present the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Institute Lecture for his significant contributions to chemical engineering.
Kunal Mukherjee (lower left) with PhD students (from top) Brian Haidet and Eamonn Hughes in the MBE lab.
Apr 17, 2020
Kunal Mukherjee’s lab group seeks to combine semiconductors for strength and defect immunity.