Student Chemical Engineers Win Regional Jeopardy Competition
May 10, 2021
University of Idaho College of Engineering chemical engineering seniors Adriana Bryant, Niko Hansen, and Hannah Johnson, and junior Adam Irons won the Pacific Northwest Regional ChemE Jeopardy Competition hosted by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). The team will compete in the national competition held during the AIChE Annual Meeting in November in Boston. AIChE is the world’s leading organization for chemical engineering professionals. During the competition, held virtually, student teams compete to answer engineering questions in a Jeopardy-style elimination competition.
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