The Chemical and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Toledo offers a
BS in Chemical Engineering,
MS in Chemical Engineering, and
PhD in Engineering.
On these pages you will find additional information about our educational and research programs.
The latest accomplishments of our students, alumni, and staff are highlighted in the Department News column.
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The Chemical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Dr. Schall Named Graduate Council Vice Chair May 6, 2015
Professor Connie Schall was elected Vice Chair of the Graduate Council for 2016. She will ascend to the Chair position in 2017. Congratulations Dr. Schall.
Alessandra Krusciel Named ISA VP May 5, 2015
Alessandra Krusciel was elected Vice President (VP) of the UT International Student Association (ISA) for 2015-16. She joined our department in fall 2014 as part of an exchange program with Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul. Congratulations Alessandra.
AIChE Helps Students to Walk on Water April 27, 2015
The UT AIChE student chapter assisted with the Non-Newtonian Fluid Walk. The event was sponsored by Marathon Petroleum Company and held in the Engineering courtyard. Students also had the opportunity to talk with Marathon representatives about co-op positions.
Dr. Seo Sigma Xi Young Investigator Recipient April 23, 2015
Dr. Youngwoo Seo, professor in The University of Toledo Chemical & Environmental Engineering and Civil Engineering Departments, is the recipient of the Eleni and Evangelos Theodosious Sigma Xi Young Investigator Research Award. Congrats, Dr. Seo!
AIChE Walks Away with Honors at Water Event April 20, 2015
Congratulations to UT's American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) chapter for taking home the trophy yesterday at the UT Walk for Water event! AIChE received the top honor for "Most Water Carried" and "Most Money Raised". Walkers carried jugs filled with water during the 5K to simulate the work women and children in developing countries do every day to obtain water. AIChE members also raised over $2,000 which will assist the group, Clean Water for the World, in their efforts to provide water purification units at no cost to local communities in developing countries.