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Success Lunch: Dr. Nga Lee (Sally) Ng

You are invited to attend a lunch from the Success Lunch Series, as organized by the ExxonMobil Success Program. These lunches bring a ChBE professional and a small group of students together in a casual setting to discuss career paths and share general professional insights.

On Monday 10/15th (next week) we will be having our next lunch of this semester’s Lunch Series. The lunch will take place at ES&T 2229 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, and we will be joined by Dr. Ng. Our mentor Ifayoyinsola (Yoyin) Ibikunle will also be in attendance.

If you would like to learn more about Dr. Ng or Yoyin, below are short bio’s for each of them.

Dr. Ng:

Dr. Nga Lee (Sally) Ng is an associate professor in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and the School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She earned her doctorate in Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology and was a postdoctoral scientist at Aerodyne Research Inc.  Dr. Ng’s research focuses on the understanding of the chemical mechanisms of atmospheric particulate matter (PM) formation as well as their effects on human health. Dr. Ng’s research contribution has also been recognized by the Sheldon K. Friedlander Award and the Kenneth T. Whitby Award from the American Association for Aerosol Research, the EPA Early Career Award, the Health Effects Institute Walter A. Rosenblith New Investigator Award, and the NSF CAREER Award.

Ifayoyinsola Ibikunle:

Ifayoyinsola (Yoyin) is a Chemical Engineering PhD student conducting research in the Athanasios Nenes group where she investigates the impacts of atmospheric aerosol chemistry on human & ecosystem health. Before GaTech, she obtained her BS in Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to being involved in the Exxon-Mobil Success Program, she also serves as the Programs chair for the GaTech NSBE chapter.  Her personal life goal is to use her education and knowledge from previous experiences to help expose underrepresented minorities to available opportunities. 

Earlier Event: September 24
Success Seminars: Jeremy Feaster
Later Event: November 12
Success Lunch: Dr. Michael Filler