The Chemical and Biochemical engineering department faculty are doing groundbreaking research in fields ranging from carbon dioxide sequestration and alternative energy, to cancer prevention and novel batteries. Check out the articles above spotlighting our faculty and all they're doing.
As a chemical or biochemical engineering student, you can learn from and work alongside world-class professors in 68,500-square-foot James E. Bertelsmeyer Hall, one of the newest buildings on campus. With nearly 400 undergraduate and graduate students, our growing department enrollment ranks near the top among S&T’s engineering disciplines. One-third of our students receive departmental scholarships, and graduates earn an average starting salary of more than $66,000.
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Congratulations to ChBE faculty members Dr. Jee-Ching Wang and Dr. Fateme Rezaei on their nominations for the Outstanding Contributions to Graduate Studies Award! Great work!
Congratulations to ChBE student Sebastian Uribe Lopez on winning the very competitive 2021-2022 CEC Dean’s PhD Scholar Award! Sebastian, a student of Dr. Muthanna Al-Dahhan, is recognized at today's recognition ceremony at the Havener Center. We thank him sincerely for all his hard work and contributions to the department!
In a presentation highlighting the memories and milestones of chemical and biochemical engineering at Missouri S&T, the Doshi Department celebrates the achievements and contributions of notable alumni and patrons such as Walter Schrenk, Linda and Bipin Doshi, and Jim Bertelsmeyer.
The Doshi Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering is happy to announce that Dr. Christi Luks, Dr. Andre Taylor, and Mary McLaughlin have been inducted into the Academy of Chemical Engineers. Welcome and congratulations to all!
Dr. Caprice Moore and his Co-PI, Dr. Daniel Forciniti has been awarded the amount of $195,586 as funding for his project titled, "Pandemic Preparedness and Response (PPRP) - A Three-Fold Process". Great work!
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