October 03, 2013

Katsuyuki Wakabayashi, associate professor of chemical engineering


by Paula Cogan Myers

LEWISBURG, Pa. – Bucknell University's 16 newly tenured associate professors specialize in fields across the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering. They study topics that range from how cells move, to the role of empathy in education, to marine renewable energy, to gender identity in Spain.

Read recently launched profiles to learn more about their research and teaching.

Next week, welcome our newly hired professors to Bucknell.

New full professor profiles || All student, faculty and alumni profiles

M. Laura Beninati M. Laura Beninati, associate professor of mechanical engineering

Sharon Garthwaite Sharon Garthwaite, associate professor of mathematics

Julie Ann Gates Julie Ann Gates, associate professor of biology

Michael Gross Michael Gross '03, associate professor of chemical engineering

Mark Haussmann Mark Haussmann, associate professor of biology

Peter Jansson Peter Jansson, associate professor of electrical engineering

Sarah MacKenzie-Dawson Sarah MacKenzie-Dawson, associate professor of education

Christopher Martine Christopher Martine, associate professor of biology

Collin McKinney Collin McKinney, associate professor of Spanish

Robert Nickel Robert Nickel, associate professor of electrical engineering

Leocadia Paliulis Leocadia Paliulis, associate professor of biology

Adam Piggott Adam Piggott, associate professor of mathematics

Nathan Ryan Nathan Ryan, associate professor of mathematics

James Shields James Shields, associate professor of comparative humanities and Asian thought

Matthew Slater Matthew Slater, associate professor of philosophy

Katsuyuki Wakabayashi Katsuyuki Wakabayashi, associate professor of chemical engineering

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