1991 - 1996 Drexel University, Chemical Engineering, B.S.
1996 - 2000 Carnegie Mellon University, Chemical Engineering, Ph.D.
2001 Pennsylvania State University, Civil Engineering, Post Doctoral Fellow
2008 – present Instructor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
2002 - 2003 Visiting Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Bucknell University
2001 Instructor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Shebek, K., Schantz, A., Sines, I., Lauser, K., Velegol, S., Kumar, M. "The flocculating cationic polypetide from Moringa oleifera seeds damages bacterial cell membranes by causing membrane fusion" Langmuir. Submitted January 2015.
Mahoney, E., Zappe, S. E., Velegol, S. B. “The Evolution of a Flipped Classroom: Evidence-Based Recommendations” Advances in Engineering Education. Accepted December 2013.
Zappe, S. E., Brannon, M. L., Burgos, W., Velegol, S.B. “Online modules enable prerequisite review and mastery during design courses” Proc. ASEE 2014 Annual Conf., Indianapolis, IN June (2014).
Laman, J., Velegol, S.B., Swartz, B. “Three Approaches to Flipping CE Courses: Faculty Perspectives and Suggestions” Proc. ASEE 2003 Annual Conf., Atlanta, GA June (2013).
Jerri, H.A., Adolfsen, K.J., McCullough, L.R., Velegol, D and Velegol, S.B. “Antimicrobial Sand via Adsorption of Cationic Moringa oleifera Protein” Langmuir, 28(4) 2262 – 2268 (2012).
Velegol, S.B., "Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging Artifacts" Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 1.1 (2005).
Velegol, S.B., Logan, B.E. “Contributions of bacterial surface polymers, electrostatics, and cell elasticity to the shape of AFM force curves” Langmuir, 18(13) 5256-5262 (2002).
Velegol, S.B., Tilton, R.D. “Specific Counterion Effects on the Competitive Co-adsorption of Polyelectrolytes and Ionic Surfactants” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 249, 2 (2002).
Velegol, S.B. “How this Mom will Chart Her Own Academic Future” published in in August 2009. http://www.higheredjobs.com/Articles/articleDisplay.cfm?ID=104
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