Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation
WPPF Update: April 2016
Spring is upon us. Cherry blossoms have graced the quad, and seniors are thinking seriously about their plans after graduation. Read more in Mike's quarterly report!
WPPF: 2016 Annual Meeting
Registration is open for our 47th Annual Meeting on May 16, 2016. Check out more details and registration info, and we hope you can join us for all or part of the day!
WPPF Update: January 2016
Winter term is underway. First-year students have started to find their footing, and the seniors are ready to enter the “real” world. Read more in Mike's quarterly update!
WPPF Update: October 2015
Fall is here and the campus is full (Factoid alert: About 75,000 people show up every day at the UW Seattle campus). Read more from Mike's quarterly update!
Announcement: PAPER & BIORESOURCE SCIENCE CENTER MANAGER
We are pleased to announce that Kurt Haunreiter has accepted our offer as the new Paper & Bioresource Science Center Manager. Kurt brings a wealth of industry operating experience to the position and will be certain to connect hands-on lab work to our curriculum.
Kurt entered the industry in the early 1990s as an analytical chemist for James River. He then held positions as a process engineer, tissue operations manager and pulp manufacturing superintendent at Kimberly Clark. He has a BS in chemistry from the UW and an MS from the Institute of Paper Chemistry. We are looking forward to getting the labs up to speed and offering lab services to potential clients.
Kurt officially started the first week of October. The BSE team and Foundation welcome you, Kurt!
To provide the pulp, paper and bioresource industries with outstanding, dedicated graduates in Bioresource Science and Engineering from the UW who have breadth and depth of knowledge, make immediate contributions, are future leaders and are grounded in the principles of teamwork, sustainability, stewardship and economic vitality.