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Three ChBE sophomores recognized as Rossin Junior Fellows at a special ceremony

 

Three sophomores Brian Dawson, Alyssa Talley, Yuxin Wu were inducted as Rossin Junior Fellows at the recently held Rossin Ceremony on April 10, 2015 by the P. C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science.

The ceremony was held in the Packard Laboratory Auditorium and honored newly inducted Rossin Professors, Rossin Graduate Fellows and Rossin Junior Fellows. Rossin junior fellows are a group of highly visible group undergraduate student leaders with demonstrated academic and leadership capabilities. These Rossin Junior Fellows typically serve as peer counselors for prospective students, have a high potential for leadership and are charismatic communicators and organize special thematic tours in engineering.

At this ceremony, Dr. Angela Brown, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering was also recognized as P. C. Rossin Assistant Professor.

The Rossin Fellows program and the Rossin Professorships were established through a gift from Mr. Peter C. Rossin, a Lehigh alumnus (class of 1948) and his wife Ada Rossin.

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Posted April 24, 2015

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Chemical Engineering Rossin Junior Fellows: Brian Dawson (Top), Alyssa Talley (Middle), Yuxin Wu (bottom)

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