Check out some new work published by the Koh Lab and collaborators:
Congratulations to Elizabeth Bury who has been been chosen as an awardee for the Future Leaders in Chemical Engineering symposium!
See her poster video here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeJN0VIh9dg&feature=youtu.be
Congratulations to Sandhiya on winning the Southeastern Universities Graduate Research Symposium Innovative Methodology Poster Award! Check out her poster and presentation here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=WtOS9VDGhJQ.
Additional congratulations to Elizabeth Bury on winning the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department's The Alexander Stanton Memorial Undergraduate Research Award and the 2020 Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award!
Thank you to everyone for all of your hard work this semester.
WVUA 23 Interview with Dr. Koh:
Stretching the Limits
Hello, my name is Elizabeth Bury! I am majoring in chemical engineering at The University of Alabama and will graduate in Fall 2020. During my sophomore year, I joined a chemical engineering research lab group under Dr. Amanda Koh.
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Alabama Water Institute Interdisciplinary Innovation Program offers funding support for new research
The Alabama Water Institute’s Interdisciplinary Innovation, or I2, Program is designed to increase the rate of competitive federal and foundation grant submissions for affiliated faculty members at The University of Alabama. The program supports new and groundbreaking research proposed by interdisciplinary research teams, and projects should address societal needs of vital water resources.
Since its inception in 2019, several projects have been funded by the I2 Program. The first project was submitted by lead principle investigator Amanda Koh, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering, and co-PI Tyler Hodges, assistant professor of biological sciences. The goal of their project is to develop new types of foam to reduce contamination by metals, hormone mimics and pesticides and herbicides, which will promote global access to clean water.
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Congratulations to Anna Perkins, Jordan Walker, and Kaitlyn Grady on winning awards for their posters at URCA!
Elizabeth Bury, Kaitlyn Grady, and Jordan Walker also showcased their research at the National Council on Undergraduate Research 2019 Conference at Kennesaw State University.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Bury, Kaitlyn Grady, and Jordan Walker for having abstracts accepted to the 2019 National Council on Undergraduate Research Symposium in April! Elizabeth will be giving an oral presentation, and Kaitlyn and Jordan will be giving posters.
Corey Patton also gave his first graduate research talk at the 2019 Materials Science Graduate Symposium and did a great job!