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Engineering alumna Lilia A. Abron (PhD 1972 chemical engineering) has been named a Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus for 2017.
Khalid Algharrawi, doctoral candidate in chemical and biochemical engineering, has received the 2016 University of Iowa Research Foundation Inventor Award for his research project on “Methods for Production of 7-methylxanthne from Caffeine and Theobromine via Metabolic Engineering of Escherichia coli Strain BL21 (DE3).”
The University of Iowa Graduate College has awarded Greg Carmichael top honors for excellence in mentoring graduate students.

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