Carolina participated in the Queen’s/RMC Chemical Engineering Poster Day on September 22. She won the Best Master Poster Award and People’s Choice Award for her poster: Enhancing Latex-Based Coatings with Carboxylated Cellulose Nanocrystals. Congratulations again on the awards Carolina!
From under the stars to on top of the world, the annual Art of Research photo contest brings to life the unseen moments of the research process. Now in its 7th year, the contest has captured the behind the scenes of the everyday research experience at Queen’s and the roles that faculty, staff, students, and alumni play
Masters student Rachel Korchinsky successfully completed her comprehensive exam and has been promoted to a PhD student in the Cunningham Group. Congrats Rachel!
PhD student Manpreet Kaur successfully completed her comprehensive exam and is on track to complete her doctorate in the Cunningham Group. Congrats Manpreet!
Congratulations to Ross Jansen-van Vuuuren on winning the prize for the Queen’s University Art of Research 2020 contest in the Invisible Discoveries Category. More details and the other 2020 winners can be found here. Description of Photo: The photograph is of a water-swollen hydrogel particle created in our chemistry laboratory, taken with an instrument called
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Ellis who successfully defended her PhD thesis on August 20th! The Cunningham group wishes you all the best in your future endeavors. Congrats again!
Michael has been awarded the 2021 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards (OPEA) Engineering Medal for Research and Development. The Engineering Medal honours those association members who have contributed substantially to advancing the engineering profession and recognizes excellence in the practice of engineering. Congrats Michael!