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CHEG Assistant Professor among 35 under 35

On October 30, 2017, Dr. Sheena M. Reeves, an assistant professor in the CHEG department, was recognized as one of the 35 under 35 for the American Institute of Chemical Engineering. The award was created to acknowledge the successes of some of AIChE’s youngest members, all under the age of 35,

CHEG Faculty Members Publish in CEE Diversity Issue

CHEG faculty members, Dr. Audie K. Thompson and Dr. Sheena M. Reeves, recently published an article entitled HBCUs and Chemical Engineering: Analysis of Baccalaureate Programs.  The collaborative article is published in a special diversity issue of the journal  Chemical Engineering Education. In the article, the authors discuss the importance of CHEG programs at

Gyamerah Appointed to NSBE Board

In June 2017, the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) selected chemical engineering associate professor, Dr. Michael Gyamerah as an Executive Board Member-At-Large. Gyamerah will serve a three year term (2017 - 2020) in the position. Dr. Gyamerah currently serves as the primary advisor for PV's NOBCChE student

CHEG Assistant Professor Wins NSBE Award

On April 26, 2018, Dr. Sheena M. Reeves was recognized by the Houston Professional chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers as the 2017 - 2018 STEM Teacher of the Year. Reeves was nominated for the award by a former PV CHEG student who felt that this faculty member, although tough, was great preparation

Senior CHEG Student Washington Wins at AIChE Student Regional Conference

Senior Chemical Engineering student Jordan Washington presented his research at the 2018 American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE) Southwest Student Regional Conference at the Emerald Beach Hotel in Corpus Christi, TX. His project presentation titled "The Melting Temperature of Polymeric Membranes Measured by Differential Scanning Calorimetry" earned him second place honors in