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Joshi and Browning Win Awards at 7th International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering

University of Kentucky chemical engineering graduate student Chandni Joshi and UK chemical engineering undergraduate student Shelby Browning recently presented their research at the 7th International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering in Cincinnati, Ohio.  

Joshi earned her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering through the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Extension Program at Paducah and Browning is a current student in the UK Paducah program. Out of 24 presenters, Browning was one of only two undergraduates. 

Both students took home multiple honors for their efforts, including:

  • 1st Place Student Poster Award: Chandni Joshi and Jeffrey Seay: “Novel Approaches to Waste Plastic Management in Developing Countries”
  • 1st Place People’s Choice Rapid Fire Poster Presentation Award: Chandni Joshi and Jeffrey Seay: “Novel Approaches to Waste Plastic Management in Developing Countries”
  • 2nd Place Student Poster Award: Shelby Browning and Jeffrey Seay: “A Sustainable Approach for Green Pesticide Production in Kenya from the Croton Megalocarpus Trees”
  • 3rd Place People’s Choice Rapid Fire Poster Presentation Award: Shelby Browning and Jeffrey Seay: “A Sustainable Approach for Green Pesticide Production in Kenya from the Croton Megalocarpus Trees”