Diversity: the art of thinking independently together (Malcolm Forbes)
We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive research workforce that bridges race, geography, gender, and cultural background. In our lab and community, we strive to foster a culture that welcomes differences, encourages creative thinking, motivates team work, and nurtures world-class scientists.
High school outreach
We collaborate with Mr. Woody Maxwell (Ventura High School) to participate in SCOPE - Science as a Career Outreach Project Experiment. As part of SCOPE, graduate students from our lab visit high schools in the community to talk about their journey in scientific research as well as the broader impacts of their specific projects. Through this initiative, we seek to encourage students (particularly, under represented minorities) to pursue careers focused in STEM.
Statistical Methods in Chemical Engineering (CHE 132C), Winter 2019
Introduction to Biochemical Engineering (CHE 171), Spring 2018
Transport Processes (CHE 120B), Winter 2018
Advanced Theoretical Methods in Engineering (CHE 230A), Fall 2017