Author Archives: David Rockstraw

M S student Kapil Nichani interns in Germany

Kapil Nichani received the excellent opportunity to travel to Germany during the summer of 2017. He spent the summer in Dresden and Berlin doing research in systems and computational biology at QuoData GmbH. He was awarded this internship and a travel scholarship to work there from May to August 2017. At QuoData, he worked and…
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Global Citizens Project Scholar

We are taking 10 students to Costa Rica for spring break for a $300 plus passport cost.  It will be competitive, but we are hoping for students from every college to apply.  If you know of any students who would qualify, would you send them to the application page? The flyer and itinerary are attached!…
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Honeywell Jobs in Kansas City

https://honeywell.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=107577 https://honeywell.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=108862 Our NMSU Honeywell recruiter informed me there are many jobs in the Kansas City office for CHME grads.  Above are direct links to two of them.  It is my understanding you will find more if you search the database at  https://honeywell.csod.com/ats/careersite/search.aspx?site=1

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ExxonMobil Application Instructions

Application Process From http://jobs.exxonmobil.com Select “Sign In” Select “New Member” You can now proceed to setup your profile.  Upon completion, you may get logged out Either log back into the system with your new password or click “View all openings” In the “Search by Keyword” text box type “United States” Click on “More Options” In…
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NMSBrew course offering in England & Ireland

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Intel seeks CHME interns and hires at all levels

Hello Dr. Rockstraw, I am a Campus Relations Manager with Intel Corporation and I will be bringing a team of engineers to campus for the Career Fair on 9-20-2017. I am reaching out you because I have a couple of Intel engineers looking for interns and fulltime with BS, MS and especially PhDs in Chemical…
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Exploration of particulate and granular mass transport using LAMMPS

Description: The student will be researching the capabilities of modelling granular flow profiles using the Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massively Parallel Simulator (LAMMPS). LAMMPS is a Sandia Laboratory-developed molecular modelling program that is able to model solid-state materials, soft matter, and coarse-grained systems. Completion Objectives: By the end of the semester, the student will be able to:…
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AICHE Undergraduate Student Poster Session

Show off what you do at AICHE in Minneapolis!  For undergrads doing research, this is a great way to expose yourself to potential graduate studies advisers from across the country, get feedback on the direction of your work, and see what other undergrad CHMEs are doing in other programs.  CHME will pay $250 of the…
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Campbell’s internships for CHMEs

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Fabrication of Polyethersulfone Membranes

Description: Ultrafiltration membranes are commercially made through non-solvent induced phase separation (NIPS). In this method, a polymer solution is cast as a film and immersed in a non-solvent, which results in formation of a porous polymer with nanometer size pores. The obtained porous film can separate solid particles, proteins, and macromolecules from water. Completion Objectives:…
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