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Two alumni elected to NAE

Two alumni, Ed Cussler (PhD '64), IT Distinguished Professor at the University of Minnesota, and Klavs Jensen (PhD '80), Lammot du Pont Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Ed has been recognized for this pioneering research on membrane transport in chemical and biochemical separation and for inspiring teaching; Klavs for his fundamental contributions to multiscale chemical reaction engineering, with important applications to microelectronic materials processing and microreactor technology. Klavs also has agreed to present the second annual Bird-Stewart-Lightfoot Lecture for the department this fall.

SUMMER 2002 ISSUE

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BSL Fellowship Fund established

ChemE welcomes David Lynn (and Helen Blackwell)

Designing polymers for biomedical applications

Dahlke estate funds ChemE fellowships

Effects of host physiology on virus growth

Emeritus Professor Cam Coberly dies

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