Applied Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
Dr. Christi Patton is Applied Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at The University of Tulsa. She earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University, a M.S. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Tulsa, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tulsa.
In addition to teaching courses such as ChE Problem Solving, Mass Transfer and Process Control, Dr. Patton keeps busy serving as faculty advisor to the student chapters of Society of Women Engineers, Omega Chi Epsilon and Engineers Without Borders. She has received multiple teaching awards at the college and university level as well as several awards for her community service. She has been actively involved in several multi-disciplinary research and design projects which resulted in her being awarded the Challenge X Outstanding Faculty Advisor in 2005 and named one of Tulsa’s Eco-Heroes in 2008.
Christi has been very active with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers serving as chair of the Women’s Initiative Committee in 2006, a member of the K-12 Outreach Committee, and a member of the Special Interest Operating Council. She is active in the Midwest Section of the American Society of Engineering Educators having just completed her responsibilities as past chair. Dr. Patton is also a member of the Society of Women Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers.