Congratulations Sarah!

Jessop Group PhD student Sarah Ellis (co-supervised by Michael Cunningham) has been selected as a 2021 Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Awardee. Sponsored by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, this award provides national recognition for outstanding student contributions to advancing the goals of green chemistry. This year

Four Queen’s teams supported by Lab2Market Program

Cunningham and Jessop group student Jaddie Ho was one of four research teams accepted to take part in a national-level program. Aptly names Lab2Market (L2M), the program was designed to aid them in bringing their ideas to market. Congrats Jaddie! Queen’s University L2M TeamsToronto cohortJaddie Ho, Philip Jessop and Michael CunninghamProject: CO2-responsive agents for protective


Michael Cunningham was one of three recipients of the Queen’s University Prizes for Excellence in Research for 2020! The Prizes are given for research undertaken at Queen’s University and nominations are received from members of the Queen’s community who are acquainted with the nominees. You can read all about this year’s recipients here. Congrats Michael!

Welcome Amanda and Manpreet!

The Cunningham Group would like to welcome Amanda Rigg (MSc) and Manpreet Kaur (PhD) to the group! Amanda has been with the group for several semesters through her 4th year project thesis work and summer employment. Manpreet joins us after completing her MEng. Welcome Manpreet and Amanada!

Congratulations Michael!

Dr. Cunningham has earned a Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellowship for his critical research. Congratulations! He was among 50 people to receive the fellowship this year across Canada. Here is an excerpt from The Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE): “Michael Cunningham is a Chemical Engineering Professor at Queen’s University and FCIC. An internationally recognized authority

Congratulations Jamie!

Dr. Jaime Cazotti is the newest Cunningham group alumnus after successfully defending his PhD thesis on January 16th. Special thank you to Dr. Orlando Rojas for being an examiner. Congrats from your friends in the Cunningham group!