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At the national American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) virtual conference this month, chemical engineering students from the Northeastern student chapter of AIChE competed in a STEM module competition, highlighting their outreach efforts to K-12 students from across the country.
Chemical Engineering Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr has been named the Co-Meeting Program Chair for the Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) for the national conference to be held in November 2021 in Boston.
College of Engineering faculty, staff, and students, published and presented virtual papers at the American Society for Engineering Education – Virtual National conference.
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr elected as the Chair of the AIChE K-12 Committee for 2020.
On Sunday, November 10, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers hosted the first ever AIChE K-12 STEM Showcase at their Annual Meeting in Orlando, bringing over 150 local students, parents, and teachers on site to interact with and learn from STEM modules. The event was created by Dr. Lucas Landherr, Associate Teaching Professor of Chemical […]
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr, in collaboration with recent graduate Monica Keszler (class of 2019), has published a comic in the new scientific journal, Matter.
Chemical Engineering Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr was recently awarded the Ray W. Fahien Award by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Chemical Engineering Division. This award is given in honor of Ray Fahien, who was editor of Chemical Engineering Education from 1967-1995, and who was effectively the founding father of the journal, establishing it as a premier […]
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr will be the inaugural speaker of the G. Michael Howard Engineering Education Lectureship, to be held at the University of Connecticut.
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr was awarded the AIChE Education Division’s Award for Innovation in Chemical Engineering Education.
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr is working with PBS as a content consultant for their 46 episode Crash Course series in Engineering to explain the differences between various engineering disciplines.
ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr was selected to receive AIChE's new 35 Under 35 award for his contributions to engineering education and new tools for pre-college teaching.
ChE's Adam Ekenseair, Lucas Landherr, and Courtney Pfluger all were honored for their poster sessions during the American Society of Engineering Education Chemical Engineering Division Summer School.
Prof. Lucas Landherr begins new regular contribution of engineering comics in journal, Chemical Engineering Education
The editors of the journal Chemical Engineering Education have announced ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr as a new regular contributor to the journal based on his education research involving the use of comics in teaching.
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2016-2017 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Edward Beighley, CEE Yun Raymond Fu, ECE Tommaso Melodia, ECE Rising Star Staff Award Erin Schnepp, Undergraduate Academic Advising Carolina Venegas-Martinez, CEE Outstanding Teachers of First Year […]
Associate Teaching Professor, Lucas Landherr recently won the 2016 Outstanding Teacher Award from the Northeast section of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). This award is given by each ASEE section, with support, where possible, from local industry. The award, which focuses on outstanding classroom performance, recognizes teachers of engineering and engineering technology students and […]
Science comic work written by ChE Associate Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr and graduate student Christopher Cogswell will be part of an art exhibit at Waterfall Arts in Belfast, Maine from September 23-November 11.
ChE Assistant Teaching Professor Lucas Landherr, working under the pseudonym Dr. Dante Shepherd, has created a series of web comics not only as a creative outlet but also to help students understand difficult engineering concepts. Source: News @ Northeastern How do you cope with your unfulfilled dreams? Do you cook or write poetry, run marathons […]
Professor Lucas Landherr has recently launched a Kickstarter project to produce a second collection of his webcomic, Surviving the World, which he has written for eight years under the pseudonym Dante Shepherd. He previously ran a successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign in 2013 that raised nearly $25,000, which he discussed in Northeastern’s Sherman Center’s Pathways to […]
Professor Landherr was recently published in the anthology The Hustle Economy: Transforming Your Creativity Into a Career with a short story titled “Respect the Catalysts” under the pseudonym Dante Shepherd.