Roy Raharjo, a chemical engineering doctoral student, received the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Separations Division Graduate Student Award, which annually recognizes six outstanding graduate students from around the country. A student of Benny Freeman, the Kenneth A Kobe Professor in Chemical Engineering, Raharjo was recognized for his research in the competitive effects of vapor/gas permeation in solubility selective polymers. Raharjo is the third student from Freeman's research group to receive the award.
Engineering student honored
Marjorie Smith | Sept. 19, 2007