Thursday, June 25, 2015

Undergraduate Teaching or Research

Did you know that you can receive up to 6 h credit for CHE 498/499 (as a career or CHE elective) and satisfy the requirement for a professional experience? CHE 498 is for experiences like undergraduate research and REU programs that have a significant science component. Other experiences like internships and co-ops can earn you credit in CHE 499 (3 h max). See the earlier blog entry for co-op experiences.

If you are interested in a CHE 499 teaching experience, you can help teach an undergraduate CHE course if you earned an "A" in it and have the instructor's permission. Generally, this includes helping to grade homework and exams, hold help sessions and tutorials, provide feedback, and give a few lectures. You can talk to me (Dr. Lane) or directly to an instructor.

If you are interested in a CHE 498 research experience, let me (Dr. Lane) know and I will post your resume and other information in a dropbox that the faculty use to identify potential students. You can also talk to the individual research groups directly. Call me (205-331-3117) with any questions!

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

2015 Honors Graduates

Congratulations to the following students who are graduating with Chemical Engineering Honors this year.

Alia Abbas
Hannah Bowers
William Brockwell
Anna Crumbley
Emily Facchine
Zachary Gentle
Al-Karim Gilani
Brian Goodell
Jacob Harbin
Spenser Haywood
Taylor Linville
Tanner Olson
Carson Perrella
Michael Raddatz
John Roveda
Paige Trauth
Kimberly Triplett
David Wallace

UA seeks to be the university of choice for the best and brightest students. In Chemical Engineering we are blessed with the very best and brightest of this elite group. To graduate with honors, students must maintain a 3.3 GPA in this very challenging curriculum and take specific honors and advanced courses as described on our web page. We appreciate your hard work and initiative to successfully complete the honors program. We wish you much future success and are confident you will represent UA well. Roll Tide!