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Two competetive professorships awarded in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Angela Brown has been appointed the P. C. Rossin Assistant Professor for 2015-2017. Made possible through the generosity of Peter and Ada Rossin, the Rossin Assistant Professorships are awarded to the most outstanding individuals in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science who demonstrate high potential for establishing a successful academic career at Lehigh through the integration of teaching and research.

In addition, the assistant professor should have a clear interest in participating in interdisciplinary research. The Lehigh University Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has had a great record of these professorships. Past holders of this Professorship include: Dr. Mark Snyder, Dr. Jeetain Mittal, Dr. Steve McIntosh, Dr. Bryan Berger, Dr. Jim Gilchrist, and Dr. Mayuresh Kothare.

Steve McIntosh has been appointed the Class of 1961 Associate Professor for 2015-2017. The purpose of the Class of 1961 professorships is to recognize newly promoted associate professors who have shown distinction in scholarly activities and teaching.

Our department has had a good record in this category as well. Past holders include Dr. Maria Santore, Dr. Jim Gilchrist, and Dr. Mayuresh Kothare.

Both Angela and Steve will be formally recognized at the upcoming Founder's Day ceremony in October.

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Posted April 3, 2015

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