UNM researcher selected as National Academy of Education postdoctoral fellow Dr. Susannah Davis, a research assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, recently was selected as a 2021 National Academy of Education (NAEd)/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow. According to the National Academy of Education’s website, “The NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship provides $70,000 to early-career scholars to focus […] Read More
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Engineering professor presents research and receives award during international symposium Dr. Kristianto Tjiptowidjojo, a research professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at UNM, presented his research on coating and received the young investigator award during the 20th International Coating Science and Technology Symposium, held virtually September 20-23. Tjiptowidjojo’s presentation focused […] Read More
Chemical and Biological Engineering Associate Professor awarded 2020 Harrison Faculty Recognition Dr. Vanessa Svihla, an associate professor in the University of New Mexico’s Chemical and Biological Engineering Department and Organization, Information & Learning Sciences Program (OILS), was awarded with the Harrison Faculty Recognition of 2020. The Harrison Faculty Recognition Award, established in 2005, honors Stanley […] Read More
UNM professor spearheads COVID-19 relief and education efforts for community Dr. Heather Canavan, a professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, is addressing the concerning trend of people attempting to make hand sanitizer out of denatured alcohol, which is a highly toxic substance. Canavan was first made aware of this issue through a colleague who […] Read More
As part of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a shortage of many items including hand sanitizer. Because of this, some are attempting to make their own hand sanitizer out of denatured alcohol. Learn from UNM Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor Heather Canavan why you should never do this in any circumstance.
UNM chemical and biological engineering faculty member promoted to professor Dr. Heather Canavan was recently promoted to professor of chemical and biological engineering at UNM. Canavan attributes her promotion to her group’s hard work over the years that culminated in 2018. She received the Women in STEM Award, she won the UNM Outstanding Teacher of […] Read More