The McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering had the opportunity to sit down with an inspirational alumna, Dr. Carmen Wright, the first black female Ph.D. ChE graduate from The University of Texas at Austin. In honor of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, it was a timely conversation about how Carmen has been the first of many throughout her life and encourages others to not let being the first at something ever deter you from reaching your goals. She also encourages others to let their idea of success evolve and change as life evolves, and to enjoy the journey rather than solely focusing on the end goal.
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Interview with Alumna, Carmen Wright, Ph.D.
Like Father, Like Daughter: Texas ChE Alumni Share Unique Legacy
National Academy of Engineering Elects Alumna, Dr. Rachel Segalman
Alumna Awarded Among Top Inventors in U.S.
Congratulations to Van N. Truskett, alumna of the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering, for being selected as a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Staff Spotlight Award
New Faculty Members
COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Therapy is Safe, With 76% of Patients Improving
Students Step Up to Help COVID-19 Testing Companies
Students from Jennifer Maynard’s lab are transferring their skills and training from researching infectious disease therapies and vaccines towards helping produce and analyze COVID-19 tests.