Thanks to the education he received while completing his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from URI, Chris Bobba is prepared for the intense research that is required of an aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon.
A new article on self-healing concrete references research conducted in 2010 by URI College of Engineering Professor Arijit Bose and student Michelle Pelletier.
Thanks to a grant from The Champlin Foundation, a printed circuit board (PCB) fabrication station will enable students to gain hands-on experience in creating circuit prototypes. The station will include a laser structuring machine, a copper plating machine and a multilayer pressing machine.
Two URI Chemical Engineering students recently brought home awards related to their research. Elisa Torrico Guzman, a Ph.D. candidate, won third place at the 2017 Annual AIChE Meeting in Minneapolis, MN for her presentation in the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum poster competition. Tailynn McCarty, a B.S. candidate and junior in Chemical Engineering, won second […]
August 30, 2017 – The CHE Department held their annual Volleyball game. A wonderful way for our new Graduate Students to meet the current Graduate Students, Faculty & Staff in an informal setting over lunch and volleyball. With many minds keeping score, somehow Dr. Bothun’s team continued to win each match!