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Alum Scheuerle and Liechty Make AIChE’s 35 Under 35 List

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Alum Scheuerle and Liechty Make AIChE’s 35 Under 35 List

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) along with the Young Professionals Committee (YPC) has established the AIChE 35 Under 35 Award, recognizing 35 outstanding young professional AIChE members that have made significant contributions to the institute and to the chemical engineering profession.

Two Texas ChE alumni are included in the prestigious list … Read the rest »

Alumna Rebekah Scheuerle Wins Entreprenuership Competition for JustMilk

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Alumna Rebekah Scheuerle Wins Entreprenuership Competition for JustMilk

Update: Scheuerle and Maier competed in and won Pitch at Palace 5.0 for their entrepreneurial non-profit JustMilk, Monday, March 7 at St. James Palace in London, England.  

Texas ChE alumna and Gates Cambridge Scholar, Rebekah Scheuerle (B.S. ’13) and her research partner have won a highly selective entrepreneurship competition where they pitched plans to … Read the rest »

Alumna Rebekah Scheuerle Selected for Program for Europe’s Most Talented Students

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Alumna Rebekah Scheuerle Selected for Program for Europe’s Most Talented Students

A Gates Cambridge Scholar has been selected to take part in a program for Europe’s most talented students, which explores innovation, creativity and the intersection between music, arts and science.

Rebekah Scheuerle (Texas ChE B.S. ’13) will take part in the Roche Continents summer program which takes place in Austria, Aug. 11 to Aug. 17. … Read the rest »

Senior Rebekah Scheuerle Wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship to Develop Novel Therapeutics

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Senior Rebekah Scheuerle Wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship to Develop Novel Therapeutics

Rebekah Scheuerle, a chemical engineering senior, has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship to fund graduate research focused on developing affordable, efficient and novel therapeutics to fight diseases such as cancer.

Scheuerle is one of 39 students nationally to receive the highly competitive, full-ride scholarship to the University of Cambridge in England. She is the … Read the rest »