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2015 Engineering Week

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CHEE 101 students getting ready for 2019 Bayer Alka-Rocket Challenge

The CHEE 101 (Introduction to Chemical Engineering) class this Fall semester is participating in the nationwide chal

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LURA award provides an opportunity to CHEE undergraduate student to work on NASA-related project

The Louisiana Space Grant Consortium has selected the research project “Integrating Mathematical Models of Bioproces

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Engineering programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette College of Engineering was ranked No.

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2015 Engineering Week student activities began March 9 with the Student Paper Competition.  Patrick Spiller and John Pippins gave excellent presentations.  Patrick presented on "Biodiesel from Alligator Fat: A Comparison Between Supercritical and Conventional Transesterification Conditions”.  John’s presentation was titled “Increase Grindability of Pine Through Torrefaction”.

      Patrick Spiller is a senior in the chemical engineering department.  He will continue medical school after graduation this Spring.

     John Pippins will be a senior in chemical engineering next Fall.  He has been working for the last two years at the Cleco Alternative Energy Center.