Radhakrishna Sureshkumar, 329 Link Hall, 315-443-1931; fax: 443-9175
Rebecca Bader, Jesse Q. Bond, Katie D. Cadwell, Ruth Chen, Jeremy L. Gilbert, Julie M. Hasenwinkel, James H. Henderson, George C. Martin, Patrick T. Mather, Shikha Nangia, Dacheng Ren, Ashok Sangani, Pranav Soman, Radhakrishna Sureshkumar, Lawrence L. Tavlarides, Angela Zachman,
Jurgen Babirad, Gino Duca, Bart Farrell, Eric Finkelstein, Shelley Stephens, Kent Ogden, David Quinn, Dana Radcliffe, Suresh Santanam, Frederick Werner
Joseph Chaiken, Andria Costello Staniec, Martin Forstner, Juntao Luo, Yan-Yeung Luk, Cristina Marchetti
Gustav Engbretson, John Heydweiller, Philip Rice, Klaus Schroder, Robert L. Smith, S. Alexander Stern, Chi Tien, Josef Zwislocki
Graduate Chemical Engineering Program Director:
Dacheng Ren, 357 Link Hall, 315-443-4409, email@example.com
The Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering offers a comprehensive set of graduate programs in bioengineering and chemical engineering, including master’s of science (MS) degrees and doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees. Graduates of these programs work in the medical profession, the biomechanics and bioinstrumentation industries, the pharmaceutical industry, the chemical engineering industry, the government, and in education.
The graduate program in chemical engineering features a core of courses in chemical engineering, elective courses in areas of student interest, and an intense research or independent study experience with the student’s faculty advisor. Elective courses may be concentrated in a large number of special areas, including bioengineering, environmental engineering, computer science, materials science, and manufacturing engineering. New initiatives are underway in the multidisciplinary area of environmental systems that should provide a wealth of opportunities to graduate students in chemical engineering.