Mr. Cabrera received induction “For leadership in developing and commercializing widely adopted processes for fuels and intermediate chemicals.”
He will retire March 1 after serving as Kentucky Transportation Center director since 2010.
Grady's project is titled, "Mechanical mechanisms of biofilm survival on implant surfaces" and will be funded in the amount of $599,796 over five years.
Pham's award will fund his project "Wetting and dynamics on soft and swollen polymeric surfaces" in the amount of $570,000 over five years.
The deadline for submissions is July 31, 2021.
Morse is a senior chemical engineering major who is minoring in theatre.
The program honors and celebrates African American students and alumni from each college who epitomize the ideals of Lyman T. Johnson.
One of UKNSBE’s biggest events of the semester was its Diversity in Engineering Conference, which spanned four days.
Kreis will succeed Joseph Crabtree, KTC’s current director, upon his retirement on March 1, 2021. He joined KTC in 1995.
Katie earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Asbury University and obtained her master’s degree in professional counseling from Richmont Graduate University.