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The Process Engineering Department at Stellenbosch University (SU) is immensely proud of Professor Izak Nieuwoudt, who was recently honoured for his outstanding contribution in the fields of distillation and absorption. 
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For Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC) member Darné Nunes, the choice to study chemical engineering was easy: “I love science and how chemical engineering can be used to help build a 
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Growing up on a dairy farm in George, Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC) member Judi Kuyler has always been fond of solving problems. “I enjoy spending time with my dad, fixing 
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*English to follow * Top graad 12-leerders regoor Pretoria en Johannesburg het Woensdagaand, 18 Mei 2022, ‘n voorsmakie van Matie-wees gekry, tydens ‘n Universiteit Stellenbosch (US) Ingenieurswese-gedrewe Topleerderfunksie. Die funksie 
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Aspiring chemical engineering students are invited to join an exciting Q&A webinar, hosted by the SU’s Department of Process Engineering on Wednesday, 25 May 2022, from 19:00 – 20:00. This 
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Unsure of his future after high school, Roelof Maritz of Melkbosstrand decided to study chemical engineering. “I thought, at the very least, that completing a Chem Eng degree would make 
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Sometimes parents simply know best, which was certainly the case for Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC) member Zak Schlebusch, hailing from East London, when he had to choose a field of 
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This #FeatureFriday, we have the pleasure of introducing Mensah Brobbey, one of the Process Engineering Department’s Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC) members. Hailing from Ghana, Mensah is the Monthly Bulletin Editor 
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‘Girls study Chemical Engineering too!’ Meet PGSC Secretary Veronica Lourens Veronica Lourens, Secretary of the Process Engineering Department’s Postgraduate Student Council (PGSC), is always up for a challenge. It’s the 
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Thanks to FOMO (the “fear of missing out”) Kudzai Chiodza, current chairperson of the Postgraduate Student Council, skipped out on studying biochemistry to study chemical engineering instead. We chat to 
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