Paulette Clancy
Dr. Paulette Clancy
Professor and Director School of Chemical and Biolmolecular Engineering, Cornell University
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  • Gavin, Hong Kong asked Paulette Clancy, Cornell University

    Added Friday, July 1, 2016 at 10:07 PM

    I am pursuing senior year chemistry degree from Hong Kong. However, I have noticed that I am not interested in the career field of chemistry. Rather than choosing BS in ChemE or MS in ChemE. However, I afraid that I could not obtain a license if I only have MS ChemE.
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    Paulette Clancy, Cornell University
    Answered Friday, July 1, 2016 at 10:07 PM

    Dear Gavin:

    I presume that by "a license" you are referring to a Professional Engineering (PE) license offered by the National Society for Professional Engineers. And I can answer your question only for U.S. rules. If you plan to stay in Hong ...

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  • Sorour, Los Angeles asked Paulette Clancy, Cornell University

    Added Friday, January 15, 2016 at 5:10 AM

    Dear Dr. Paulette Clancy, I am in my third year of community college, and I have had thoughts of becoming an electrical engineer, a chemist, a pharmacist, and at last a chemical engineer. I have applied to 10 universities within California as a chemical engineering major, and I am dead worried now because my GPA is a 3.08. To be honest I am not so sure if I can get a degree in my dream major anymore. Please tell me about the chemical engineer world and how does one gets prepared for it. ...
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    Paulette Clancy, Cornell University
    Answered Friday, January 15, 2016 at 5:10 AM

    Dear Sorour:

    I am glad to hear that you are interested in an engineering degree; it’s a pre-professional degree program that will enhance your employment options for a lifetime. Chemical engineering is a particularly broadly applicable degree in ...

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  • Ta-Tyonna, Stockbridge

    Added Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 2:25 PM

    Hi there, I'm in a tough place right now. I'm a freshman majoring in chemical engineering and i'm in the RETP (Regents Engineering Transfer Program), which would allow me to transfer over to Georgia Tech, the only school in my state that has chemical engineering. My #1 goal is to end up in disease research for diseases such as ALS and Huntington's disease; however, I have been contemplating leaving the RETP program, due to the change in tuition I would have to pay when/if I transfer and the ...
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    Paulette Clancy, Cornell University
    Answered Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 2:25 PM

     Staying at your current university because of the cheaper tuition is quite understandable. Student loans can be onerous. However, I would first check what kind of financial aid you might get at Ga. Tech. – a good financial aid package might ...

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