Congratulation to Professor Andrew White on being recognized by the 2021 Kate Gleason Young Engineer of the Year.
Andrew White, associate professor of chemical engineering, is the 2021 Kate Gleason Young Engineer of the Year. Andrew is an outstanding researcher and teacher. He is recognized as a leader in AI-driven materials design and received the University’s Curtis Award for Nontenured Teaching Excellence in 2019. Andrew’s service extends beyond the lab and classroom. He helped organize data science in chemical engineering technical sessions for annual meetings of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for 5 years. He is a reviewer for 25 peer-reviewed journals. And his research group hosts Rochester City School District students during the summer to teach them thermodynamics in virtual reality.