We are innovators.
The School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering emphasizes the integration of chemical, biological, and environmental engineering principles and practice in a student-centered learning environment to provide work-ready graduates and technical solutions for a sustainable future. Research expenditures exceed $8 million per year. Current emphasis areas include thin films and nanostructured materials for renewable energy and electronic device applications, bioprocess engineering and biofuels, biomaterials and therapeutics, transport and remediation of contaminants in the subsurface, interaction of nanomaterials with the environment, microtechnology for chemical and energy processing applications, and engineering education research.
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Welcome to the School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering!
Our school is an inclusive, diverse community of students, faculty, and staff who are dedicated to creating a better future. We invite you to join us.
Our dynamic faculty has wide-ranging and complementary expertise in chemical, bio-, and environmental engineering. The synergy of these three distinct, yet interrelated, fields under one roof enables mutual collaboration and cross-disciplinary study.