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.
Professor Yakov Lapitsky Receives Two Awards April 22, 2016
This semester, Prof. Yakov Lapitsky has received two research awards: 1) College of Engineering Excellence in Research Award and 2) Eleni and Evangelos Theodosiou Sigma Xi Young Investigator Research Award.
The awards were given in recognition of his work on creating novel soft materials through non-covalent interaction mediated self-assembly.
Professor Carol Stepien presents the Sigma Xi award in the photo. Congratulations Prof. Lapitsky!
AIChE Student Chapter Places 2nd in ChemE Jeopardy April 18, 2016
Congratulations to the ChemE Jeopardy team consisting of Allan Leoffler (Captain), Christopher Hinckley, Kaleb Eisel, and Natalie Schulte for placing second at the North Central AIChE Student Chapter Conference!
They beat Rose-Hulman, Michigan, and Notre Dame along the way. The meeting was held April 15-17, 2016. Toledo will host the meeting in 2019.
Graduate Students Attend International Student Dinner April 11, 2016
Several CHEE graduate students attended the International Student Dinner Saturday April 9. It was a well attended event!
Students Seek Support for Installation of Drinking Water Unit March 16, 2016
Alison Haas, Kylee Kramer, Kayla Piezer, and Lisa Young will travel with Professor Lipscomb to El Salvador to install a water purification unit that they built in their Orientation class for Clean Water for the World. The students kindly ask the UT chemical engineering community for financial support of their trip by donating through gofundme. They are excited about helping a community have better access to potable water with your help!
Crissy Reno named Alfred & Isabel Bader Scholar March 4, 2016
Congratulations to Cristin (Crissy) Reno for being named an Alfred & Isabel Bader Scholar. A graduate of Sylvania Southview High School and freshman Chemical Engineering student, she worked with Chemistry Professor Jianglong Zhu on a project entitled "Stereoselective Synthesis of S-linked 2-Deoxy Glycosides".