Graduate Association of Chemical Engineers




UF Chemical Engineering Student Center

Announcements

  • 4/12/18:

    The 19th Annual GRACE Symposium is coming soon! Check out this link for more information.
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About Us

Graduate Association of Chemical Engineers (GRACE) is a graduate student group that was created to foster relationships between the student body and department. We host several events throughout the school year such as a trip to the springs, research socials, tailgates, and celebrations!
To see our constitution and for more information about our current officers and how to contact them, visit the About Us page.

If you would like to provide feedback (from attending our events), have any suggestions/comments, or would like to get more involved, visit Links.

Check the Calendar for upcoming social events as well as important dates for Spring 2018! Events for the Spring semester will include Recruitment research socials, a bowling/laser tag social, a Chinese New Year celebration, and an End-of-the-Year event!
If you are interesting in playing an intramural sport, please e-mail the GRACE Athletic Director.


19th Annual GRACE Symposium

Our 19th Annual GRACE Symposium, held on Thursday April 12, 2018 in the Reitz Grand Ballroom, was a huge success! We had many excellent oral and poster presentations from our student body, great keynote speakers, and many of our graduate students took advantage of the free professional headshots offered to take their LinkedIn to the next level. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to Mythreyi Unni and the Symposium committee members for organizing this fantastic event, our Keynote speakers Dr. Christopher Batich and Dr. Lisa McElwee White,Chaker Fares for taking all of the professional headshots, and of course our graduate student body for showcasing their work and showing up to support all of our speakers!

This year's winners of the Symposium sections are as follows:

Time Student Event
9:00 am - 10:30 am Arthur Dizon (1st place) and Samuel Berens (2nd place) Oral Session I
10:45 am - 12:30 pm Patrick Carey (1st place) and Sin Yen Leo (2nd place) Oral Session II
1:30 pm - 2: 45 pm Andrew Tamashunas (1st place) and Nevin Brosius (2nd place) Poster Session


More information about the event and the keynote speaker can be found here.


To see more photos of previous GRACE events, please visit our Photos page.


Grace Inquiries

If you are interested in learning more about GRACE or would like to serve as an officer, please contact our GRACE president at: grace.president@che.ufl.edu