|🏡 Residence||Ithaca, NY|
|🎓 Alma mater||Queen Elizabeth College (1974, B.Sc. in Chemistry with First-Class Honors) Oxford University (1977, D. Phil in Physical Chemistry)|
|First female director of the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University
First female chair in the College of Engineering at Cornell University
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University
Director of the Cornell Institute for Computational Science and Engineering at Cornell University
Semiconducting materialsOrganic solar cells
|🏅 Awards||Inaugural NSF Lecturer, Iowa State University (2009)
Becker House Faculty Fellow, Cornell University (2008)
Merrill Presidential Scholar Mentor, Cornell University (2008)National Academy of Engineers Gallery of Women Engineers (2000)
Paulette Clancy is a Samuel W. and M. Diane Bodman Professor in chemical engineering at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Her field of research is in semiconductor materials and organic solar cell. She is currently the director of the Institute for computational science and computational engineering and is an advocate for women and minorities in STEM.
Professor Clancy received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Queen Elizabeth College in London, England, England. In 1977, she received her Doctor of Philosophy in physical chemistry. From 1978-1980, she was an National Science Foundation postdoctoral researcher at Cornell University.
In 1987, she joined the faculty of the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University as an assistant professor and was awarded tenure in 1993. She became a full professor in 2001 and was appointed as Director of the department in 2002. She is the Associate Director of the Energy Institute at Cornell and was the founding Chair for the College of Engineering's chapter of WISE (Women in Science and Engineering).
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