Chemical Engineering

Leaders

Jason Conrad ('05), has been the president of several Florida Tech orgainzations including the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the American Chemical Society (ACS), and an active member in Student Government and community service organizations. Other active members in AIChE and ACS include Scott Gibb ('05), Kenneth Bukowski ('05) and Nathan Miller ('06).

Chinping Chng ('02), Anne-Marie Johnston ('01), Andrea King ('01), Bruce Locuson ('01), and Frank Trevino('02) were honored with Outstanding Student Leaders Awards at the 2001 Florida Tech Student Leadership Celebration. These Chemical Engineering Students earned 5 of the 15 Leadership Awards given to Florida Tech Juniors and Seniors (33%), although the Chemical Engineering Student body represents a mere 2 to 3% of all undergraduate students at Florida Tech!!!

Rich Cannyn ('00) was elected President of the student government for the 2000-2001 academic year.

Chinping Chng ('02), Anne-Marie Johnston ('01), Andrea King ('01), Bruce Locuson ('01), and Frank Trevino('02) were honored with Outstanding Student Leaders Awards at the 2001 Florida Tech Student Leadership Celebration. These Chemical Engineering Students earned 5 of the 15 Leadership Awards given to Florida Tech Juniors and Seniors (33%), although the Chemical Engineering Student body represents a mere 2 to 3% of all undergraduate students at Florida Tech!!!

Rich Cannyn ('00) was elected President of the student government for the 2000-2001 academic year.

Debbie Goss ('99) was elected Vice-President of the Student Government in the 1997-1998 Florida Tech elections. Nitesh Melwani ('98) and Abdul-Aziz AbuBshait ('98) were elected Student Activity Fee Committee (SAFC) Members at Large. Patty Kelly ('98) and Myneeka Cook ('01) were two of three Student Government Secretaries.

Chris DeSanctis ('98) has been among the leaders of the Florida Tech Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Chris has played an active role in the fraternity events such as the big North American Food Drive and has often authored articles in the Crimson as a guest writer.

Amro Fatani ('98) has been the President of the Florida Tech Muslim Student Association (1996-97) and Faisal Al-Refaei ('99) has been among the leaders of the Florida Tech Kuwaiti Sudent Association (1997-98).

Patricia Kelly ('98) has been the President of the Florida Tech Chapter of Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society for 1997-98. Richard Peltzer ('99) has also been the President of the Chapter, Andrew Kanjanapant ('99) has been the Treasurer, and Teri Swenson ('99) the Corresponding Secretary. These three chemical engineering students held three out of the six officers' positions in the chapter, while many other students of our department have been active members of this engineering honor society whose members include prominent engineers and scientists, astronauts, and Nobel Prize Laureates.