Kelsey Pieper '09 and former president of Binghamton University’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders, was selected as the Region II winner of the Student Initiative Award by the Association of Council Members and College Trustees of SUNY in recognition of the Nature Preserve stair system project she coordinated.
Maureen Gundlach, BSME 2006, recently presented a talk (sponsored by Binghamton University’s SWE, ASME and SAE student chapters) on behalf of Continental AG, a tire manufacturing company located in Germany. Gundlach recently completed a two-year program, Conti Explore, Tire R&D Talent Initiative, where she was a member of a multicultural, high-performance team, working on state-of-the-art technological projects and also dealing with current business issues.
Mechanical Engineering Professor D.C. Sun was named as Fellow of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers. He received the award at the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers annual meeting in May.
Howard Wang, associate professor, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) two-year grant ($199,971) for a Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education (NUE) project entitled “NUE: Nanotechnology for Manufacturing Flexible Electronics”.
Guangwen Zhou, assistant professor, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) three-year grant ($250,461) for a project entitled “Probing Nanoscale Oxidation Mechanism of Metals Under Applied Stress”.
Roy McGrann, associate professor, received the 2008 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
ME undergraduate student Brenno Veranda was named "America East Swimmer of the Meet" at the AE Championships. Also, three ME undergraduate students, Craig Coon, Kelsey Pieper and Brenno Veranda were inducted into the student athlete honor society (Chi-Epsilon) during the spring semester.
Last Updated: 10/14/10