Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering focuses on research and education in environmental engineering science, energy systems and chemical engineering. Our mission is accomplished by: tradition of "life-long learning," fundamental education curriculum & interdisciplinary initiatives, participation in cutting-edge research with faculty & industrial partners, and access to state-of-the-art facilities & instrumentation.
The department has 192 undergraduate students, 30 master of engineering students, 100 PhD students, 17 full-time faculty and 2,453 alumni. More...
Professor Paul Westerhoff, Arizona State University, will present.
Assistant Professor John Fortner wins NSF Career AWARD for his project titled: "CAREER: Development and Application of Crumpled Graphene Oxide-Based Nanocomposites as a Platform Material for Advanced Water Treatment”.
To study the climatic effects of peat fire emissions, Rajan Chakrabarty, PhD, has received a three-year, $530,000 grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Six faculty in Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering from the School of Engineering & Applied Science have received nearly $1.8 million in three-year grants from the National Science Foundation to create a cleaner, safer environment.
Four students receive national ‘Athlete of the Week’ honors in one week by coaches’ organizations
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