High Bay Lab
Unit Operations Lab
Our faculty researchers combine years of industry experience with Undergraduate research opportunities Meet some of our faculty and learn more about their areas of expertise and current projects below.
Dr. Henthorn’s research involves the characterization of transitional bubble and liquid profiles during bubble breakup periods, and may also include investigation into the effect of fluid rheology on pressure drop profiles in these systems.
Dr. Nolte’s research focuses on the processing of ultrathin polymer coatings by alternating adsorption of positively and negatively charged polymers (polyelectrolytes) and how various methods used to adsorb the polyelectrolytes affect the ability of the resulting PEM to swell in humid air.
Dr. McClellan’s oversees student researchers seeking to create and characterize drug-loaded nanoparticles. Their work includes particle size analysis, quantification of drug loading, and complete release studies.
Chemical Engineering Names Fall 2021-22 Noel E. Moore Achievement Award Recipients
Fall Career Fair Provides On-The-Spot Job Possibilities
Chemical Engineering Professor Earns National Scholastic Honor
"The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.
Dr. Kimberly Henthorn
A member of the Rose-Hulman faculty since 2010, Dr. Kim Henthorn specializes in particle technology and two-phase microfluidic systems. As head of Chemical Engineering, Dr. Henthorn is currently conducting research with students on the science and engineering of chocolate production and has worked with fellow faculty members to introduce new experiments into the chemical engineering laboratory. The Rose-Hulman alumna has gained industry experience by working for Dow Chemical, Reilly Industries, and Pfizer, and serving as a consultant for Mo-Sci Corporation, Brewer Science, and DuPont.