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March 22nd, 2007

Profile: Kate Stebe, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Abstract:
Last July, professor Kate Stebe became chair of the Whiting School's Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, a rapidly growing department with a faculty of 13. A member of the engineering school's faculty since 1991, Stebe has served on the university's Academic Council and was previously director of her department's graduate program. Her research interests include the engineering of fluid interfaces, nanomaterials, and microfluidics. She holds a joint appointment with the Department of Biomedical Engineering and secondary appointments in Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. At the start of the fall semester, the magazine's Abby Lattes sat down with Stebe, to talk about her vision for the future of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

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