The Macro program is pleased to share that five Ph.D. students have been selected as Summer 2019 3M Fellows! A generous gift from 3M has provided $5,000 in stipend support to each of these students during the upcoming summer. The fellows are: Taeyong Ahn, Weijie Feng, Yanan Gong, Shamalee Goonetilleke, and Alyssa Travitz.
Professor Anish Tuteja and graduate researcher, Abhishek Dhyani developed a new ice-shedding coating for large surfaces. Read More
Ying Liu has been selected to receive the annual Teh-Hsun Lee Award from U-M’s Rackham Graduate School. The award is presented annually to a Rackham student in memory of Dr. Teh-Hsun Lee. Dr. Lee was a proud alumnus with three degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan, culminating with his PhD in 1954. Both Continue Reading »
Professor Ariella Shikanov developed a procedure that can boost ovarian follicle survival in mice by up to 75 percent. Read More
Congratulations to Professor Joerg Lahann on being named the Wolfgang Pauli Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering.
Rose Cersonsky is the recipient of the 2019 BI Student Innovator Award. This award recognizes faculty, graduate student, and postdoctoral researchers who are active contributors to the interdisciplinary research, innovation, and translational ecosystem at the Biointerfaces Institute. Congratulations Rose!
Yingying Zeng was selected as a Barbour Scholar for the 2019-2020 academic year. She joins a long line of outstanding women selected by the Dean and Executive Board of the Rackham Graduate School and the Barbour Advisory Committee, who have become leaders in science, education, public service, medicine and other fields in their home Continue Reading »
Professor Sharon Glotzer was elected to the 2019 class of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). Election to NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Read More
Professor Jinsang Kim is the recipient of the Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2018-2019. This award honors faculty who have demonstrated sustained excellence in curricular development, instruction, and guidance.
Professor Sharon Glotzer invents a way to build synthetic structures from proteins. Read More