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VINSE Faculty Shihong Lin and Ethan Lippmann Named 2023 Chancellor Faculty Fellows

Posted by on Wednesday, June 7, 2023 in News.

Thirteen outstanding faculty members from across the university have been selected for the 2023 cohortchancellor faculty fellows of Chancellor Faculty Fellows. This group is composed of highly accomplished, recently tenured faculty from a wide variety of disciplines and areas of expertise.  

“As we reflect on the 150th anniversary of our founding, we’re asking our university community to dare to grow—to reach higher, think bigger, take intellectual and creative risks, and have an even greater positive impact on the world,” Chancellor Daniel Diermeier said. “Chancellor Faculty Fellowships empower a cohort of already-accomplished teachers and researchers to do just that.”  

Each fellow holds the title for two years, receives $40,000 per year to support their work, and meets with their cohort to exchange ideas on teaching and research, build a broader intellectual community that advances collaborative scholarship and engage in academic leadership development to increase their leadership capacity. 

“Chancellor fellowships are an investment in faculty that supports two of our key aims: the pursuit of bold ideas and the exponential increase in innovation and impact that comes with collaboration across disciplines. I am delighted to congratulate this year’s deserving fellows,” said C. Cybele Raver, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. 

Read more about Lin and Lippmann’s research below:

  • Shihong Lin, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering. Lin is an international leader in sustainable water treatment and desalination. Tenured in 2021, his award-winning research in environmental separation processes addresses sustainability challenges in water, energy and food. 
  • Ethan Lippmann, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering. Lippmann uses interdisciplinary approaches to model and understand neurovascular diseases. Tenured in 2022, he seeks to use these basic science investigations to drive new avenues for clinical translation.   


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