Student Design Competition - Team

Each year, chemical engineers from a designated company devise and judge a student contest problem that typifies a real, working, chemical engineering design situation. The problem's solution requires a wide range of skills in calculation and evaluation of both technical data and economic factors.

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Deadline: 
June 2, 2014
Award Administrator(s): 
Award Sponsors: 
Award: 

Team: 1st Prize (The William Cunningham Award)--$600, to be divided equally among team members. Runners-up receive Honorable Mention.

Presentation: 
Awards are presented at the AIChE Annual Student Conference.
Instructions: 

Competition statements were distributed online to student chapter advisors and department heads. Late requests for problem statements should be made to awards@aiche.org. Contact awards@aiche.org for an entry form, which must be included with each submission. One form per team member, please.

Award Winners

Tami McTaggart
University of Washington (Honorable Mention)
2014
Arin Greenwood
University of Washington (Honorable Mention)
2014
Kim-Huong Huynh
University of Washington (Honorable Mention)
2014
Nicholas Kelsey
Trine University (Honorable Mention)
2014
Benjamin Witter
Trine University (Honorable Mention)
2014
Andrew Zak
Cleveland State University (First Place)
2014
Jeremy Miller
Cleveland State University (First Place)
2014
Zakaria Benmerzouga
Cleveland State University (First Place)
2014
Aury Keller
Trine University
2013
Gregory Diefenthaler
Trine University
2013
David Hagan
Washington University in St. Louis
2013
Sarah Paleg
Washington University in St. Louis
2013
Andrew Dougherty
Washington University in St. Louis
2013
Le Tran
University of Kansas
2012
Amanda Devine
Honorable Mention (University of New Hampshire)
2012
Rebecca Wilson
Honorable Mention (University of New Hampshire)
2012
Meaghan Maher
Honorable Mention (University of New Hampshire)
2012
MacKenzie Christie
University of Kansas
2012