This is not to mention her broad employment background in paints (PPG), plasma cell technology (Kettering University (KU)), composites (KU), fiber coatings (KU), piping and instrumentation diagrams with AutoCAD (Emergent Biosolutions), and catalytic converting (Umicore Autocat). Josey displays a positive can-do spirit combined with strong initiative, drive, and communication skills which will make her an excellent chemical engineer in the future. We wish her continued success.
The Thermoplastic Materials and Foams Division will continue to offer this scholarship to worthy candidates in the future with the theme of thermoplastic and foam backgrounds. So if you believe that you know of other deserving candidates, please apply in 2017.