Thirteen Youngstown State University STEM students toured Lubrizol on Oct. 20. Students from YSU’s chapter of American Institute of Chemical Engineers were able to tour the plant, as well as take part in other tours, such as a mechanical testing tour.
Students were welcomed with a Chemical Engineer and Co-Op Overview given by Brittany Folino, manager of university relations and campus recruiting, and Jonathan Gordon, process development engineer and Lubrizol additives chemical engineering co-op program manager. During the plant tour, students met Bethany McCain, platform optimization engineer and YSU STEM chemical engineering alumna.
Lubrizol is a STEM community partner located in Wickliffe and is a global supplier of chemical additive technologies. The company’s technologies include driveline products, engine oil products, viscosity modifiers, fuel products, and industrial products.