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With 10 years in the workforce under her belt, Chemical Engineering graduate and Lend Lease strategist Michelle Hone takes time out to reflect on the journey so far.
Dr Shane Cox competed his PhD in Chemical Engineering from UNSW in 2007 and is the founder and current CEO of Instrument Works Pty Ltd, a start-up company focused on improving research tools.
UNSW School of Chemical Engineering graduate (Industrial Chemistry) Nicolette Maury has emerged as one of Australia’s leading technology managers, winning the 2013 AFR Boss Young Executive of the Year Award.
Tim Moore completed his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at UNSW Australia. Now working at BlueScope, the skills learnt through the completion of his degree have allowed him to become a technically well rounded.
After graduating with a degree in Food Science and Technology, UNSW alumnus Tracey Stanbury has chosen an unusual career path n the narrow and highly competitive field of food product development at PepsiCo.
Malcolm Thompson graduated from UNSW in 1986 with a BSc (Hons) in Food Science. He has since forged a career across ‘blue chip’ organisations including Mars, PepsiCo and YUM. Malcolm currently heads R&D at Green’s General Foods. In this Q&A, Malcolm gives us his insights into the industry and how science can best have an impact.
Dr Jennifer Moss completed her PhD at the UNSW School of Chemical Engineering in 1993. Since then she has gone on to head R&D of some of the world’s most innovative companies including Procter & Gamble and Unilver.
UNSW School of Chemical Engineering alumnus Michael ‘Mick' Farrell is the current Chief Executive Officer of ResMed. ResMed is a global leader in sleep technology, with over 25 years’ experience.
Gabrielle McGill graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Engineering, Industrial Chemistry in 2009. Since graduating she has been working with GHD.
Dr Chris Roberts has more than 40 years of experience in international medical device businesses, including renal, orthopaedics, cardiology , respiratory and sleep medicine and otology .
Professor Cordelia Selomulya completed her PhD at UNSW's School of Chemical Engineering in 2002 under the supervision of Scientia Professor Rose Amal. Since that time she has forged an impressive career.
Professor Brungs received the University Medal in Industrial Chemistry from UNSW and was a Rhodes Scholar, with a Doctorate in Inorganic Chemistry from Oxford University.
Professor Judy Raper was appointed Deputy Vice - Chancellor (Research) of the University of Wollongong in July 2008. Judy previously was the Division Director of Chemical Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport System at NSF.
Phil Ruthven is the founder and Chairman of IBISWorld, an international corporation providing online business information, forecasting and strategic services.
Liz Killen, a recent UNSW chemical engineering graduate with a passion for science outreach and communication, has been awarded the 2016 Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Scholarship in Engineering.