The UW-Madison Concrete Canoe team finished strong at the 2023 regional competition in Duluth, Minnesota this spring, taking second place overall, second place in prototype design, and second place in…
Attendees of the annual annual meeting of the NSF-funded Center for Chemical Upcycling of Waste Plastics (CUWP), hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
If you are a student with a strong background in chemical engineering or a related discipline, and a serious interest in research, apply to our graduate program.
Undergraduate students: join us for the 2023 Research Experience for Undergraduates program.
Chemical Engineering AIChE student chapter wins an honorarium at the American Society of Engineering Education’s (ASSE) Year of Impact on Racial Equity.
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Program requirements are detailed in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s Academic Policies Procedures, also referred to as the Graduate Handbook. The Graduate Handbook is a resource for the requirements of our graduate program. Current and past Graduate Handbooks and related forms will be available on the intranet. Key program information and requirements are summarized below.