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Alkis Constantinides, 77, passed away peacefully on November 10 surrounded by loved ones, following a long battle with myelofibrosis.
He was born in Limassol, Cyprus, in During the early years of his life he lived in Nicosia, Paphos, and Larnaca, Cyprus.
He graduated in as Valedictorian from the American Academy of Larnaca. He excelled in all subjects at the University and he received several awards. Two years later, Alkis decided that he wanted to obtain a Ph.
He enrolled at Columbia University in New York in the fall ofwhere he studied under the tutelage of Prof. Elmer Gaden, the Father of Biochemical Engineering. Following the completion of his Ph.
Over the next 45 years, while teaching chemical engineering to several thousand students, Alkis advanced quickly from Assistant to Associate to Full Professor.
He did research in his field, and also published many scientific papers as well as three textbooks in Numerical Methods that have been adopted at many universities worldwide. During his career at Rutgers University he held all teaching and administrative positions in the Department: In recognition of his teaching abilities, Prof.
Susman Teaching Excellence Award, a prestigious university-wide award for which several thousand professors were eligible to compete. Before his retirement inhe established the Dr. Alkis Constantinides Endowed Scholarship Fund for the purpose of providing financial assistance to deserving students in the Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering.
Several high performing students have already benefited from his scholarship. Throughout his life, Alkis Constantinides was an excellent tennis player and skier, and won trophies in both sports. Alkis was also an avid photographer who filled his home with pictures of his family and the many places he visited.
In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the Dr. Alkis Constantinides Scholarship Fund at the following link: Alkis Constantinides Scholarship Fund. She had been a Princeton, NJ, resident since After one year at the Catholic St.
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