As chemical and biological engineering grows to encompass more and more emerging fields, students are looking to extracurricular groups to enrich classroom learning.
Whether through newer or more established groups, students have more opportunities than ever to prepare themselves for careers beyond CU.
If you have ever poured flour into a bowl and ended up with a thin layer covering your counter, you understand the difficulty of controlling these small cohesive particles.
(Editor's note: Wise was just named the 2016 Distinguished Senior for Chemical & Biological Engineering)
Senior Clare Wise is accustomed to making fresh tracks.
With expertise ranging from synthetic biology to catalysis to molecular simulation, our four new faculty members are strengthening the department in a myriad of fields.
Curious about how our undergraduate ChBE students spend their summers? Read about some summer ’15 experiences below.
“We did not have computers when I started at CU; everything was done using typewriters!” says Administrative Assistant Ellen Romig about her start at CU’s Department of Chemical Engineering in August of 1979.
We are excited to welcome Undergraduate Advisor Carrie Ngai to the department. In her new role, Ngai will provide academic advising alongside Dr.
We are pleased to announce that Pamela Alvarez has joined the department as a Financial Professional. “I’m delighted to join ChBE and to be back in Boulder,” she says.