06/28/2016
The pulp and paper technical workforce is aging out
resized_wattens_mill_grp.jpgWhat Miami is doing to help with the "silver tsunami" issue.
06/28/2016
Did you ever wonder why certain paper products are so strong?
paper_strength.jpgListen to Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering seniors describe how a fungus can improve the strength quality of paper.
02/04/2016
Chloe Hazen awarded the first Linwood G. (Woody) Tyler Scholarship
chloe-hazen.jpgCongratulations to Chloe Hazen on being chosen to receive the first Linwood G. (Woody) Tyler Scholarship! The award, made possible by Kadant Inc., is $6,000 for the current school year. Chloe will be recognized at the Paper Science & Engineering Foundation banquet on April 12th.
11/10/2015
Eight Students Receive Williams Leadership Scholarship
williams-leaderThe Paper Science & Engineering Foundation at Miami University recently awarded eight Bob and Barbara Williams Leadership Scholarships to students in the paper science and engineering curriculum.
10/30/2015
Paper Engineering and Triathlons a Strong Mix
erica-sudingErica Suding, a 2007 PSE alumna, currently works as an account manager with Solenis. But what you might not guess by first looking at her is that Erica does triathlons in her free time.
05/28/2015
Mike Haas (PSE '78) of Weyerhaeuser Added to Univ of Washington's Wall of Fame
Mike Haas awarded highest honor by Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation