Christine Grant is a professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and the Inaugural Associate Dean of Faculty Advancement in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University. She’s spent over 30 years at NC State, leading faculty development initiatives and conducting research in surface and interfacial science. She worked at the General Electric R&D Center and P&G as a GEM Fellow.
An AIChE Fellow, Life Member and former Minority Affairs Committee (MAC) Chair, she’s served on the: Board of Directors (2003-2006), Chemical Technology Operating Council (CTOC), Environmental Division, Awards and Nominating Committees and the Foundation’s Henry and Melinda Brown Endowment Steering Committee.
In STEM policy, she’s been an AAAS Visiting Senior Scholar, an NSF Expert and received a National Academy of Engineering Boeing Senior Fellowship. A recognized leader in STEM Diversity and Inclusion she’s received the: NSF Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Math and Engineering Mentoring, AAAS Mentoring Award, AIChE’s William Grimes and Pioneer of Diversity Awards; and Council for Chemical Research and American Chemical Society diversity awards. She’s earned chemical engineering degrees from Brown (Sc.B.) and Georgia Tech (MS/PhD).